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Subject Source: Sackner Database

Found in 2155 Collections and/or Records:

AIZ/VI 1930-38 / Heartfield, John., 1992

Identifier: CC-09331-9517
Scope and Contents

Curated by David Evans. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1992

Alan Biet presente "La seie des ricichets" / Hubaut, Joel; Pithois P., 2003

Identifier: CC-41674-43666
Scope and Contents

Hubaut wrote a text about rabbits over the announcement for a group exhibition. On the other side, he decorated an offset image of an individual in a group of people with cartoon masks with the declaration, "Lapin Beat Generat." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2003

Alexander "Sascha" Anderson / Gunther, Thomas., 1994

Identifier: CC-10527-10731
Scope and Contents

Thirty copies are included in Entwerter/Oder No.55, 1994. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1994

Alphabet City / Woodward, Richard B.; Friedlander L., 1993

Identifier: CC-00532-545
Scope and Contents

The photographer, Lee Friedlander, in his book "Letters from the People" (held by the Sackner Archive) creates an alphabetical work from street letters and numbers. "The artist breaks down the world's vocabulary to a set of building blocks." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1993

Alphabetical Ballad of Carnality / Sandlin, David., 2006

Identifier: CC-46677-49407
Scope and Contents editorial review: This ABC for sinners spotlights creator David's Sandlin's alter ego, recounting his lurid life in rhyming couplets: a "sintamental education" in 26 easy steps, from Adultery to Zealotry. This is the fifth BLAB! storybook, a series showcasing sequential artists from Monte Beauchamp's annual BLAB! anthology. Each volume is presented in a faux-children's book format, though aimed squarely at adults and young adults. Sandlin's storybook composes what can best be described as narrative painting, taking advantage of the way in which painting (art) allows the artist to bring together the conscious and the subconscious, the rational and the irrational, the realistic and the dreamlike. Working in the cartoony style he has perfected over the last 20 years"”something of a cross between Thomas Hart Benton and MAD magazine"”Sandlin delivers hellfire and damnation via a lurid graphic style and hyperbolic rhetoric that strongly suggests sarcasm. But keeping the work...
Dates: 2006