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ELEPHANT MAGAZINE ISSUE 3

Issue 3 of Elephant Magazine features a upfront & personal interviews with legendary visual art figures such as Vaughan Oliver, Christopher Doyle, Isidro Ferrer, Llyn Foulkes, Ed Fella and Stanley Donwood.

Special feature Microworlds looks at a new generation of artists is turning against the super-sized megalomania of their forefathers (from Claes Oldenburg and Louise Bourgeois to Antony Gormley, Anish Kapoor, Damien Hirst & Tristan Lowe) and using miniatures and miniaturized worlds in order to create startling situations and memorable images. Featuring the work of miniaturization giants such as: Adalberto Abbate, Jason Barnhart, Amy Bennett, Vincent Bousserez, Daniel Dorrall, Thomas Doyle, Audrey Heller, Minimiam, Liliana Porter, Jonah Samson and Slinkachu.

Elephant also looks at how a new generation of painters is using sets, actors, props, photographic references, digital techniques and the whole of art history to take this traditional medium to a new place, looking at a new range of subject matter, with new genres, and producing paintings on a new and unique scale.



 

Contents:

PART 1: STUDIO & OTHER VISITS 
Stanley Donwood: Dark Thoughts From A Cheery Chappie, by Ana Ibarra
Cody Hudson: Lord Can You Hear Me, Raphael Michilis
Hansje Van Halem: Dressing Up Skeletons, by Ana Ibarra



 

PART 2: RESEARCH
RESEARCH SUBJECT 1: MICROWORLDS
The Incredible Shrinking Subject, or the art of miniaturized worlds
Including work by: Adalberto Abbate, Jason Barnhart, Amy Bennett, Vincent Bousserez, Daniel Dorrall, Thomas Doyle, Audrey Heller, Minimiam, Liliana Porter, Jonah Samson, Slinkachu



 

RESEARCH SUBJECT 2: POST-REAL PAINTING
The Painting Of Floods, Masks And Car Crashes
Miguel Calderon: Painting In Dark Times
Amy Casey: After The Tsunami
Tim Eitel: Light, Shadows, Walls And Plastic Bags
Tomoo Gokita: Visual Adrenaline Rush
Josh Keyes: Roar, Flutter, Fly
Dirk Skreber: Time At The Paint Factory
Kon Trubkovich: Interface Paint 
Jonathan Wateridge: Network News
Simon Willems: Storm-Trooper Mourning The Loss Of His Mother



 

 

PART 3: MEETINGS 
Christopher Doyle: Upfront & Personal, by Katya Tylevich
The Minotaur In The Labyrinth: Vaughan Oliver's Extreme Regions, by Marc Valli
Stones, Tools, Timetables & The Rest... Isidro Ferrer: Master Of Metaphors, by Astrid Stavro



 

PART 4: ECONOMIES
The Fabric Of Colours: Printing Textiles, by Ana Ibarra
Featuring work and tips by Monica Romero, Filip Pagowski, Lindsay Alker, Heather Moore, Hitomi Kimura, Yuko Uemura, Zoe Beck



 

PART 5:

 

DESTINATION, LOS ANGELES
To Live And Die Trying In LA, by Katya Tylevich
Including interviews and work by: Money Mark, Llyn Foulkes, Kozyndan, Ed Fella, Eddo Stern, Michael Worthington, Edgar Arceneaux, Machine Histories, Rene Daalder & Folkert Gorter



 

Published by Frame Publishers
September 2010
212 pages, 220 X 280 mm
ISBN: 978-90-77174-36-4

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