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Suggestivism: A Contemporary Survey of Contemporary Artists
Nathan Spoor:
Suggestivism
A Comprehensive Survey of
Contemporary Artists
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Suggestivism is the companion catalogue to a vibrantly fresh exhibition presented by Cal State University’s Grand Central Art Center from February to April 2011. The exhibit coins this new art term to refer to a genre of artwork encompassing the rising stars of the contemporary art world.
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“Suggestivism” is the embodiment of each artist’s individual intent in his or her own art pieces, created with a unique sense of purpose, amplified understanding, and sensitivity to outside visual stimuli.

Drawing from interior and exterior influences, the artists featured work in a variety of different mediums to present vivid scenes that leave narrative to the imagination and meaning open to interpretation. Often intricate and evocative of the richness and languid decadence of historical tableaus, the artwork in Suggestivism contains elements of world-weariness, isolation, and a sense of the absurd.

Suggestivism features more than fifty artists, including the likes of Chris Mars, Brendan Monroe, Alex Gross, Mia, Audrey Kawasaki, Michael Page, MARS-1, Dalek, Jeff Soto, Ron English, Elizabeth McGrath, Tara McPherson, Scott Musgrove, Greg Simkins, Skinner, and Robin Williams.

Includes studio shots and artist interviews conducted during the two years of exhibition curation.

240 pages, Hardcover, 9'' x 12'' (229 x 305 mm)
275 color illustrations, English
ISBN: 978-1-58423-447-0  $ 34.95
Contributors from A–Z:
Alex Gross
Andy Kehoe
Audrey Kawasaki
Bob Dob
Bob Schneider
Brendan Monroe
Carrie Ann Baade
Chandler Wood
Chet Zar
Chris Mars
Chris Ryniak
CR Stecyk III
Dalek James Marshall
Dan May
Darren LeGallo
Dave Cooper
David Molesky
Elizabeth McGrath
Eric White
Esao Andrews
Femke Hiemstra
Francesco LoCastro
Greg Simkins
Gregory Jacobsen
Heidi Taillefer
James Roper
Jason Maloney
Jeff McMillan
Jeff Soto
Joe Vaux
Kevin Peterson
Kris Kuksi
Kris Lewis
Mars-1/Mario Martinez.
Martin Wittfooth
Mia
Michael Brown
Michael Page
Naoto Hattori
Nathan Ota
Nathan Spoor
Nicola Verlato
Nicoletta Ceccoli
Oliver Vernon
Robert Hardgrave
Robin Williams
Ron English
Sandow Birk
Scott Musgrove
Skinner
Tara McPherson
Thomas Doyle
Todd Schorr
See also:

Further
Further
Further documents and presents the symbiotic relationship between seven artists and friends who share a visual dialogue: MARS-1, NoMe Edonna, Oliver Vernon, Tomokazu Matsuyama, Damon Soule, David Choong Lee, and Robert Hardgrave. more...
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GINGKO PRESS | POPULAR CULTURE | ART BOOK | ISBN-13: 9781584234470 | ISBN-10: 1-58423-447-4 / 1584234474