Amy Sillman : the all-over / editors, Karen Kelly, Fabian Schöneich and Barbara Schroeder.
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- Brooklyn, NY : Dancing Foxes Press, ; Milan, Italy : Mousse Publishing ; Frankfurt a.M. : Portikus, 
163 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
- Sillman, Amy -- Exhibitions.
Kunsthalle Portikus (Frankfurt am Main, Germany). host institution.
- Exhibition catalogs.
- Sillman's works can be categorized as abstract painting, although her abstractions repeatedly allow forms and figures to be recognized. The title of the exhibition 'the ALL-OVER' refers to a concept often used to describe abstract painting. At its most literal, it refers to the practice of completely covering the canvas, a format that resists a traditional figure/ground hierarchy. The classic example of the style is embodied by the work of the American artist Jackson Pollock, though as the influential critic Clement Greenberg pointed out, the style in fact originated with the Ukrainian-American artist Janet Sobel. Sillman adapts this all-over idea, using it as the title for her exhibition, which does not feature drip paintings as such, but which updates the idea of total coverage of the canvas through mechanical means (via inkjet printing) used in combination with the gestural. Panorama, consisting of twenty-four canvases, was developed for Portikus and is here seen in its entirety for the first time. Exhibition: Portikus, Frankfurt am Main, Germany (02.07. - 11.09.2016).
- Key to test strips, 2014
Interview with Amy Sillman / Fabian Schöneich
"Shame on painting, " calls out Narcissus to which Echo replies "Shame on, Painting?" / Manuela Ammer
Some oil paintings, 2011-16
Shit happens : notes on awkwardness / Amy Sillman
Sme pink drawings, 2015-16
Yes & no
Comic intent / Yves-Alain Bois
Kick the bucket (Loop for Portikus), 2016
The Circular File.
- Published in conjunction with an exhibition held at Portikus, Frankfurt, July 2-September 11, 2016, curated by Fabian Schöneich.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Kelly, Karen, editor.
Schöneich, Fabian, editor, curator.
Schroeder, Barbara, editor.
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