Hypothesis for an Exhibition
Hypothesis for an Exhibition explores parallels in thought and aesthetic strategies between Italian Conceptualist Giulio Paolini’s work, especially of the 1960s and the ’70s, and the work of a younger generation of artists based in New York City today. The catalogue, edited by Begum Yasar, features an introduction by the renowned curator, art historian and critic Germano Celant, and contributions by the participating artists Sebastian Black, Kerstin Brätsch (with Boško Blagojević), Seth Price, and Antek Walczak, as well as a prose poem by Kari Rittenbach and a critical essay by Begum Yasar, alongside a selection of excerpts from the writings of Giulio Paolini.
Texts by Sebastian Black, Boško Blagojević, Kerstin Brätsch, Germano Celant, Giulio Paolini, Seth Price, Kari Rittenbach, Antek Walczak, Begum Yasar. Published by Dominique Lévy, hardcover, 197 × 229 mm, 200 pages, ISBN: 9780986060694.