THE GIRL AND HER OBJECT
 
With a beautiful essay written by Steven ten Thije
 
limited and signed edition of 60

 

(30 dutch / 30 english)

 

 

If you would like to order online, please send an email to:

 

info@mbassyunlimited.org

 
 
 
 
 
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The text is a reflection about a work that not only addresses our relationship with things but also our relationship with history, with other people and with artworks. Steven ten Thije writes in his essay about the relational field between what is shown in the image, the girl, her gaze, her coat; the object she is holding and the black background; the passé partout and the frame surrounding the photograph; the viewer of the work, the artist, the buyer and the word ‘sold’ which creates and holds the tention between all of these elements. 

 

 

Publisher: Mbassy Unlimited
Photography, artwork: Margret Wibmer
Author: Steven ten Thije
Graphic design: Jozee Brouwer
translation: Chris Meighan / experts-in-english.nl
printing: EPS Amsterdam
 

size: 10,5 x 15 centimeters

full colour, 20 pages, digital print, stitch bound

signed

 
this publication is made possible with support of: 
 
  
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MARGRET WIBMER BOOK_ambiguity

 

 

Margret Wibmer

ambiguity – bodies, objects and spaces

 

 

publisher: Kerber Verlag

edited by: Studio Margret Wibmer

authors: Ludwig Seyfarth und Margret Wibmer

graphic design:Jozee Brouwer

 

ISBN: 978-3-86678-464-2
Format: 24,00 × 21,00 cm
Pages: 96
Illustrations: 140 colored and 9 b/w illustrations
Cover: Hardcover, bound
Languages:

German | English

 

 

Price: Euro 25,– (excl. postage and handling)

 

 

For inquiries and orders please contact Margret Wibmer at: info@mbassyunlimited.org

 

Mbassy Unlimited is a not for profit artist initiative and is supported by individuals and organizations who believe  the arts have power to contribute to change in society by challenging accepted codes of behavior, provoking debate and exploring emerging cultural trends.

 

 

 

 

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