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by Ed Ruscha,Alexandra Schwartz

Author: Ed Ruscha,Alexandra Schwartz
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: The MIT Press; First Edition edition (February 27, 2004)
Pages: 474 pages
Category: Photo and Art
Rating: 4.7
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Ed Ruscha is among the most innovative artists of the last forty years "This year the book I most enjoyed reading. is Ed Ruscha's Leave Any Information at the Signal.

Ed Ruscha is among the most innovative artists of the last forty years. Although he first made his reputation as a painter. Ed Ruscha is an internationally acclaimed artist based in Los Angeles. Series: October Books. Hardcover: 473 pages.

by Alexandra Schwartz. Publisher's Description. Ed Ruscha is among the most innovative artists of the last forty years. Although he first made his reputation as a painter, Ruscha is also celebrated for his drawings (made both with conventional materials and with food, blood, gunpowder, and shellac), prints, films, photographs, and books.

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Start by marking Leave Any Information at the Signal: Writings, Interviews, Bits, Pages as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This is a fascinating series of interviews where Ed Ruscha is thinking aloud about art, inspiration and urban landscapes. I've made numerous notes and will certainly be returning to this book. It is a surprisingly easy read, because of the conversational style. For anything an artist does though, he must be ready to take the consequences.

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This delightful book is as much artistic biography as cultural history. Leave Any Information at the Signal. An anthology of writings, interviews, and images by artist Ed Ruscha.

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Edward Ruscha in: Ed Ruscha, ‎Alexandra Schwartz (2004). Leave Any Information at the Signal: Writings, Interviews, Bits, Pages p. 254. I’m dead serious about being nonsensical. Edward Ruscha in: "Me, you, us: Anthony d'Offay and others on ARTIST ROOMS," at tate. I am not a big fan of meaning. Logic is also another nebulous thought.

Artwork page for ‘The Final End’, Edward Ruscha, 1992 on display at Tate Modern Ruscha incorporated very similar grasses into an earlier painting also in ARTIST ROOMS, The Music from the Balconies 1984 (Tate AR01126), which depicts a grassland.

Artwork page for ‘The Final End’, Edward Ruscha, 1992 on display at Tate Modern. Here the phrase ‘The End’, in a black gothic-style typeface, occupies the centre of the picture like it would in the final frame of an old Hollywood movie. The format of the canvas echoes the proportions of a cinema screen. Ruscha incorporated very similar grasses into an earlier painting also in ARTIST ROOMS, The Music from the Balconies 1984 (Tate AR01126), which depicts a grassland scene with overlaid text lifted from author . Ballard’s 1975 novel High-Rise, in Ruscha’s own font, ‘Boy Scout Utility Modern’. Sixteen books by Ed Ruscha. Sketchbook Pages Interview Book Art Books To Read Leaves Western Art Writing Lettering Prints.

An anthology of writings, interviews, and images by artist Ed Ruscha.