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by Joe Scanlan

  • Author: Joe Scanlan
  • ISBN: 0907594891
  • ISBN13: 978-0907594895
  • ePub: 1136 kb | FB2: 1867 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Photography & Video
  • Publisher: Ikon Gallery Ltd (November 11, 2003)
  • Pages: 80
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 278
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Joe Scanlan - Pay Dirt (Catalogue) ePub download

Joe Scanlan (born November 21, 1961 in Columbus, Ohio) is an American artist and educator. Scanlan holds a BFA (1984) in Sculpture from the Columbus College of Art and Design.

Joe Scanlan (born November 21, 1961 in Columbus, Ohio) is an American artist and educator. Scanlan was Assistant Director of The Renaissance Society from 1987–1994. After moving to New York City in 1995, he was appointed an Assistant Professor and, later, an Associate Professor in the Sculpture Department at Yale University (2001-2009).

Joe Scanlan is the artist who supposedly teaches at Yale and Princeton Universities, and whose Donelle Woolford . The idea for Joe Scanlan came a few years ago when I became interested in the presence of straight white men within the art world.

Joe Scanlan is the artist who supposedly teaches at Yale and Princeton Universities, and whose Donelle Woolford project was one of the major framing works of this year’s Whitney Biennial. As intended, the project has set off a healthy and robust debate about the realities of race, class, and gender privilege within the art world, culminating in the decision of the Yams Collective to withdraw from the Biennial.

­­Joe Scanlan is an artist whose work takes multiple forms, from sculpture and design to publications and fictional . Scanlan was Director of the Visual Arts Program from 2009–2017 and was responsible for the total overhaul of the Program.

­­Joe Scanlan is an artist whose work takes multiple forms, from sculpture and design to publications and fictional personae. Indeed, there is a willful subterfuge running through much of his art, as exemplified in works that address the political economy of site-specific labor (Massachusetts Wedding Bed); scripting the life and work of a fictional artist in collaboration with professional actors (Donelle Woolford); or the founding, archive-building, and day-to-day operation of an art institution (The. Broodthaers Society of America).

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Its text, written by Joe Scanlan himself, was an incendiary critique of the USA and its fascination with decline and destruction. Even Robert Smithson, America’s patron saint of the postwar avant-garde, was described as succumbing to the system. Like America’s response to Saddam Hussein, the World Trade Center and stock prices, Scanlan concluded, Smithson’s ‘Nonsites’ (1968) exploited things that fall. And that’s what I wanted to read about. One can only speculate about why the text was pulled, whether it was for its overtly political and anti-American tone or other reasons.