Bas Jan Ader

by Jan Spence

Publisher: Univ of California Irvine

Written in English
Cover of: Bas Jan Ader | Jan Spence
Published: Pages: 72 Downloads: 749
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Subjects:

  • Installation,
  • Collections, Catalogs, Exhibitions - General,
  • Exhibitions,
  • Exhibition Catalogs,
  • Art,
  • Art & Art Instruction,
  • Individual Artist,
  • ART006000,
  • ART016000,
  • Ader, Bas Jan,
  • 1942-1975,
  • Ader, Bas Jan,
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages72
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8701064M
ISBN 101884355048
ISBN 109781884355042
OCLC/WorldCa40588350

Bas Jan Ader's art career lasted only five years. From to he played out his notions of the weight of gravity in short films that showed him . Bas Jan Ader () was an active member of the Los Angeles art scene from until his death, exhibiting widely and teaching at the University of California, Irvine. Detalhes do produto Formato: eBook Kindle5/5(1). Artists as voyagers who leave their studios to make art, including Nancy Holt, Vito Acconci, Sophie Calle, and Richard Long. Wanderlust highlights artists as voyagers who leave their studios to make art. This book (and the exhibition it accompanies) is the first comprehensive survey of the artist's need to roam and the work that emerges from this need. In , Bas Jan Ader disappeared while sailing the Atlantic. This sail was the second part of his trilogy In Search of the one is comprised of 18 black-and-white photographs of the artist walking through various parts of Los Angeles at night.

Jan Verwoert Bas Jan Ader: In Search of the Miraculous London: Afterall Books, In his tragically short career, the Dutch-born artist Bas Jan Ader has often been called a romantic conceptualist, a seeming contradiction considering the dry, analytical approach of his peers. Themes of noble tragedy, majestic triumph, even grand failure: these were concerns of the . On July 9, , artist Bas Jan Ader set sail from Chatham, Massachusetts, for Palmouth, England, on the second leg of a three-part piece titled In Search of the Miraculous. His damaged boat was found south of the western tip of Ireland nearly a year later. This book, also entitled Disappearing, examines the theme of disappearance in the works of Burden and his contemporaries, Bas Jan Ader and Jack Goldstein, in s Southern California. Loosely affiliated, these three artists shared an interest in . I’m too sad to tell you about I’m Too Sad to Tell You By Juliet Jacques. Sometimes, journalists call me and beg me to tell them about Bas Jan Ader.I’ve always told them it’s too sad to talk about, but as time has passed, they’ve become more persistent, so I’ve decided to tell you about I’m Too Sad to Tell You. But this is the last time.

  Bas Jan Ader. Metro Pictures West 24th Street, Chelsea Through Aug. 5. The Dutch-born artist Bas Jan Ader () had a minor international following in the s, disappeared from the. Bas Jan Ader's work proposes the artist as Greek tragic hero. While Gordon Matta-Clark cut holes in buildings with a chainsaw, Ader was in pastel California falling, waving and weeping. His work split open, with a ticklishly soft touch, his own illusions of . Thirty years after Bas Jan Ader failed to return from a solo crossing of the Atlantic, the interest in his work continues to grow. In less than ten years he created some thirty-five works of art in which falling, physical and emotional vulnerability and mortality are the central themes.   One of the most fascinating characters Christle describes is the Dutch conceptual artist Bas Jan Ader (not Danish-born, as the book claims). In .

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Bas Jan Ader book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In Bas Jan Ader disappeared at sea while trying to sail from the E /5. Bastiaan Johan Christiaan "Bas Jan" Ader (19 April – disappeared ) was a Dutch conceptual and performance artist, and photographer.

His work was in many instances presented as photographs and film of his performances. He made performative installations, including Please Don't Leave Me (). Ader was lost at sea inattempting to cross the Atlantic Education: Claremont Graduate University, Otis.

On July 9,Dutch-born artist Bas Jan Ader set sail from Chatham, Massachusetts, on a thirteen-foot sailboat. He was bound for Falmouth, England, on the second leg of a three-part piece titled In Search of the damaged boat was found south of the western tip of Ireland nearly a year by: 2.

On July 9,Dutch-born artist Bas Jan Ader set sail from Chatham, Massachusetts, on a thirteen-foot sailboat. He was bound for Falmouth, England, on the second leg of a three-part piece titled In Search of the damaged boat was found south of the western tip of Bas Jan Ader book nearly a year later/5.

When Bas Jan Ader's boat, "Ocean Wave," was found unmanned and partially submerged miles off the coast of Ireland by a Spanish fishing vessel init was taken to La Coruña for investigation. Days later, the boat was stolen and the cult of Ader, whose body was never recovered, and who was thought by many to have staged this incident, was truly cemented.

In. On July 9,artist Bas Jan Ader set sail from Chatham, Massachusetts, for Palmouth, England, on the second leg of a three-part piece titled In Bas Jan Ader book of the Miraculous. His damaged ng may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability.

pages. An illustrated investigation into the critical motives behind the last, unfinished work that has defined the romantic legacy of conceptual artist Bas Jan Ader. In Bas Jan Ader disappeared at sea while trying to sail from the East Coast of the United States to Europe as part of a project titled In Search of the Miraculous.

Bas Jan Ader () was an active member of the Los Angeles art scene from until his death, exhibiting widely and teaching at the University of California, Irvine. Product details. Series: AFTERALL; Paperback: 64 pages; Publisher: Afterall Books (May 5, )Cited by: 3.

Bas Jan Ader blends biography, theoretical reflection, and archival research to draw a detailed picture of the world in which Ader’s work was rooted: a vibrant international art scene populated with peers such as Ger van Elk, William Leavitt, and Allen Ruppersberg.

Dumbadze looks closely at Ader’s engagement with questions of free will and Author: Alexander Dumbadze. Buy Bas Jan Ader: Death Is Elsewhere Reprint by Dumbadze, Alexander (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low /5(4).

Bas Jan Ader by Jan Verwoert,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(58). Bas Jan Ader blends biography, theoretical reflection, and archival research to draw a detailed picture of the world in which Ader’s work was rooted: a vibrant international art scene populated with peers such as Ger van Elk, William Leavitt, and Allen ze looks closely at Ader’s engagement with questions of free will and his ultimate success in creating art.

Bas Jan Ader by Brad Spence [Editor] and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Bas Jan Ader - AbeBooks Passion for books. Let Go - Bas Jan Ader. 62 likes. Een 'biografiek' over het leven en werk van de in – tijdens een solo-zeiltocht – op de oceaan verdwenen kunstenaar Bas-Jan ers:   Bas Jan Ader: In Search of the Miraculous Discovery File / Published by New Documents.

Edited by Marion van Wijk, Koos Dalstra. When Bas Jan Ader’s boat, Ocean Wave, was found unmanned and partially submerged miles off the coast of Ireland by a Spanish fishing vessel init was taken to La Coruña for investigation.

Bas Jan Ader's Parents Does anyone known whether this artist was the son of Rev Bastiaan Jan Ader () and Johanna Adriana Ader-Appels (died ), author of the well known Dutch resistance autobiography "Een Groninger Pastorie in de Storm", and also the couple who hid Johanna-Ruth Dobschiner, author of the autobiography "Te mogen leven!".

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Ader’s body was never recovered. Discovery File /76 documents the mysterious fate of the 13 ft micro yacht at the center of artist Bas Jan Ader’s ill-fated attempt to cross the Atlantic Ocean.

For the book, artists Marion van Wijk and Koos Dalstra compile years of research into the still unsolved mystery of Bas Jan Ader’s disappearance. Bas Jan Ader: In Search of the Miraculous Jan Verwoert One Work Series.

Bas Jan Ader disappeared at sea in while attempting to sail from the east coast of the United States to Europe as part of a project titled In Search of the Miraculous.

The circumstances of his disappearance have led many interpreters to identify Ader with the role of the tragic romantic. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

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About Disappearing-California c. This insightful book explores the theme of disappearance in the s performance art of Bas Jan Ader, Chris Burden, and Jack Goldstein.

InChris Burden disappeared for three days without a trace. Bas Jan Ader: In Search of the Miraculous: Discovery File /76, edited by Marion Van Wijk and Koos Dalstra, is published by New Documents. (Buy this book from New Documents.).

In a forthcoming catalogue essay, Philipp Kaiser, curator of “Disappearing—California, c. Bas Jan Ader, Chris Burden, Jack Goldstein,” opening at the Modern Art Museum Fort Worth on May 10th, explicitly connects Ader’s “decided interest in loss of control and self-determination” with the death of his father, an early trauma.

Bas Jan Ader, - Dutch/Californian artist Bas Jan Ader was last seen in when he took off in what would have been the smallest sailboat ever to cross the Atlantic. He left behind a small oeuvre, often using gravity as a medium, which more than 30 years after his disappearance at sea is more influential than ever before.

Bastiaan Johan Christiaan "Bas Jan" Ader (born 19 April – disappeared ) was a Dutch conceptual artist, performance artist, photographer and had lived in Los Angeles, California for the last twelve years of his place: Winschoten, Netherlands.

In this book, the mystified artist's figure Bas Jan Ader, his exciting oeuvre, and their current status undergo a careful revision in order to question the romantic legend of the eccentric artist, in whom art and life merge into an art of failure, from an art-scientific point of view.

Metro Pictures opens an exhibition of photographs, films, and installation works by the renowned Dutch / Los Angeles artist Bas Jan Ader on Tuesday, June Included are complete sets of the original photographs Ader made for his book “Fall I and II,” which were subsequently shown in his first exhibitions.

Exhibited for the first time are photographic studies. If you look at my book, all the images are with people’s hands to their faces this was actually a direct reference to Ader’s image.

Vik Muniz created “Self Portrait (I Am Too Sad to Tell You, after Bas Jan Ader)” with his head in his hand per Ader. Hugh O’Donnell created a performance piece performed with Ader’s movie. Bas Jan Ader at Simon Lee Gallery.

June 24 to Aug 12 Berkeley Street (between Stratton Street and Mayfair Place) London W1J 8DT, +44 20   Bas Jan Ader (), the Dutch-born Conceptual artist who lived in Los Angeles, produced a modest body of work that has been largely overtaken by the mythic aura surrounding his death.Alexander Dumbadze, the author of Bas Jan Ader, Death Is Elsewhere (University of Chicago Press, ), works through the production of Ader’s art pieces, incorporating them chronologically and thematically into the dailiness of Ader’s short life, acknowledging in his methodology Ader’s desired intention to work and live with no screen.