Painting with Architecture in Mind
An original and important contribution to the burgeoning debate about art and its increasing involvement in architecture.
The essays consider how painting redefines architectural spaces by physical and intellectual energies to reshape the field of painting into an expansion of scale and content. Artists discussed include Henri Matisse, Blinky Palermo, Michel Majerus, Thomas Scheibitz, Rudolf Stingel and Lawrence Weiner. Essays by Mark Pimlott, Eric Alliez, John Rajchman, Catherine Ferguson and Bernice Donszelmann and a fold-out insert by artist Brad Lochore.