Doris Salcedo

by Doris Salcedo

Publisher: Phaidon in London

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Salcedo, Doris, 1958-,
  • Salcedo, Doris, 1958- -- Criticism and interpretation

Edition Notes

Statement[survey by] Nancy Princenthal ; [interview by] Carlos Basualdo ; [focus by] Andreas Huyssen.
Series[Contemporary artists], Contemporary artists.
ContributionsBasualdo, Carlos, 1964-, Princenthal, Nancy., Huyssen, Andreas.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNB379.S25 A4 2000
The Physical Object
Pagination159 p. :
Number of Pages159
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3994902M
ISBN 100714839299
LC Control Number2001334983
OCLC/WorldCa44736195

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Doris Salcedo was born in in Bogotá, Colombia. Salcedo earned a BFA at Universidad de Bogotá Jorge Tadeo Lozano () and an MA from New York University (). Salcedo’s understated sculptures and installations embody the silenced lives of the marginalized, from individual victims of violence to the disempowered of the Third World.

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Doris Salcedo is the eighth artist to have been commissioned to produce work for the turbine hall of the Tate Modern gallery in London. Her piece, Shibboleth (), is a metre-long crack in the hall's floor that Salcedo says "represents borders, the experience of immigrants, the experience of segregation, the experience of racial hatred.

The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago presents the first retrospective of the work of renowned sculptor Doris Salcedo (Colombian, b. Salcedo—who lives and works in Bogotá—gained prominence in the s for her fusion of postminimalist forms with sociopolitical concerns.

The exhibition features all major bodies of work from the artist’s thirty-year career—most of which have. Colombian sculptor and installation artist Doris Salcedo (b. ) creates works that address political violence and oppression.

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), the renowned Bogotá-based artist known for her sculptures and public installations that respond to the testimonies of survivors and victims of political violence.

Evoking themes such as the lasting grief of war, Salcedo’s works honor. Doris Salcedo: would not look out of place in a morgue.

Photograph: David Heald/Solomon R Guggenheim Foundation Soon after, Salcedo developed her most important series of artworks: sculptures made. The artist Doris Salcedo was born in Bogotá, Colombia, inand came of age during an era when civic murder was a way of life in her country and others in Latin America.

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Salcedo's installation took the form of a foot (metre) long, meandering crack in the floor of the Turbine Hall, a hairline crack at one end which expanded to a. Embodying memory in a way that draws the viewer into an emotional exchange with a distant other, Doris Salcedo’s work exemplifies the theme of this chapter.

The work is open to quite personal readings and in a very important way the subject is the experience of embodied memory rather than any specific story that might lie behind it.

Doris Salcedo, a Colombian-born artist, addresses the politics of memory and forgetting in work that embraces fraught situations in dangerous places.

Noted critic and theorist Mieke Bal narrates between the disciplines of contemporary culture in order to boldly reimagine the role of the visual arts.

Both women are pathbreaking figures, globally renowned and widely respected. Doris Salcedo. This microsite is a collection of content developed in preparation for the exhibition Doris Salcedo, organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago and on view February 21– The exhibition’s curators, Madeleine Grynsztejn and Julie Rodrigues Widholm, worked closely with the artist and her studio partners to develop an exhibition and publication that present all of Salcedo.

The exhibition Doris Salcedo: The Materiality of Mourning is on view at the Harvard Art Museums through April 9, Mary Schneider Enriquez is the Houghton Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Harvard Art Museums.

She curated the special exhibition Doris Salcedo: The. Doris Salcedo (b. ) is one of today's most internationally respected South American sculptors, and is represented in museum collections around the world.

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Salcedo's work gives form to pain, trauma, and loss, while creating space for individual and. Doris Salcedo, Whose Art Honors Lives Lost, Gets a Retrospective in Chicago Doris Salcedo's “Noviembre 6 y 7” recalled the siege at the Palace of Justice in Bogotá.

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) creates sculptures and installations inspired by violence and political conflict in Colombia. She received her BFA from Universidad de Bogotá, Columbia, in After receiving her MFA in Fine Art from New York University inSalcedo returned to Nationality: Colombian.