Eisenmann, Nicole – Art Books, Monographs and Biographies

Eisenmann, Nicole

Nicole Eisenman
by Nicole Eisenmann and Beatrix Ruf
Publisher: JRP|Ringier; Bilingual edition (September 30, 2011)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 3905770784
ISBN-13: 978-3905770780

Nicole Eisenman
Publisher: Centraal Museum Utrecht (1996)
ISBN-10: 9073285321
ISBN-13: 978-9073285323

Nicole Eisenman: Al-ugh-ories
by Massimiliano Gioni (Editor),‎ Helga Christoffersen (Editor),‎ Nicole Eisenman (Artist),‎ Grace Dunham (Contributor),‎ Eileen Myles (Contributor)
Publisher: New Museum; Reprint edition (July 26, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1942607318
ISBN-13: 978-1942607311

Nicole Eisenman : Behavior1998
by Laurie Weeks and Nicole Eisenman
Publisher: rice gallery (1998)
Language: English
ASIN: B00MJ887JM

Nicole Eisenman: Dear Nemesis: 1993-2013
by Julia Bryan-Wilson (Author), Terry Castle (Author), Litia Perta (Author), Kelly Shindler (Author), Samantha Topol (Editor), Nicole Eisenmann (Artist), Lisa Melandri (Foreword)
Publisher: Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis/Walther König, Köln (December 31, 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 3863355601
ISBN-13: 978-3863355609

Nicole Eisenman: selected works 1993-2003
Essay by Eileen Myles
Catalog of exhibition curated by Andrea Inselmann
Ithaca: Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, 2003

Nicole Eisenman: Selected Works 1994-2004
Edited by Victor Mathieu
Publisher: Walther Konig, Cologne (September 15, 2006)
ISBN: 388375918X & 978-3883759180
Amazon.com: ”This first monograph devoted to the work of the influential and transgressive New York City painter of all things excessive, queer, abject, kitsch and twisted features selected works from 1994-2004–including drawings, paintings, collages and installations. Eisenman’s work runs the gamut of visual references from Surrealism to Pointillism to WPA murals to name but a few, deftly moving from orgiastic crowds to Dionysian sacrifices, minotaur hunts and romps through art history and pop culture. Yet the wit and scope of Eisenman’s vision often disguise the intimacy of her work. Here, clich s are turned inside out, gender roles are questioned, and one is engaged without fully realizing that the lushly painted scenes are always revealing something very personal. Features an essay by the painter Amy Sillman, a ‘panel discussion’ between some of Eisenman’s paintings by Matt Sharpe and a biography”.


NB! The fact that an artist is mentioned in Feminine Moments’ bibliography it is of course no guaranty that she will be lesbian, bisexual or queer tomorrow, nor that the authors of the above books are “out and proud” in their writings…

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