The Strange Life of Objects: The Art of Annette Lemieux

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Lelia Amalfitano and Judith Hoos Fox, The Strange Life of Objects: The Art of Annette Lemieux, 2010. © Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on behalf of her Krannert Art Museum.
Lelia Amalfitano and Judith Hoos Fox, The Strange Life of Objects: The Art of Annette Lemieux, 2010. © Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on behalf of her Krannert Art Museum.

The Strange Life of Objects: The Art of Annette Lemieux provides the first critical overview of this artist's dynamic and varied career.

For this exhibition, work from the past twenty-five years has been carefully selected according to both chronological and thematic developments in Lemieux’s practice, tracing themes such as the relationship between personal memory and cultural history, content and medium, and text as image. 

This 231-page, illustrated book includes essays by critic Rosetta Brooks, a faculty member of the Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA; cultural theorist and author Peggy Phelan, a professor of drama and of English at Stanford University; and author, lauded critic, and scholar Robert Pincus-Witten, as well as exhibition curators Lelia Amalfitano and Judith Hoos Fox.

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