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Keith Edmier Farrah Fawcett SIGNED Autograph BOOK GA COA
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Title: Keith Edmier and Farrah Fawcett
Publication Year: 2002 Subject: Art & Photography
Language: English Topic: Sculpture
ISBN-10: 0847824403 Author: Farrah Fawcett, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Keith Edmier, Lynn Zelevansky


Format: Hardcover
Special Attributes: 1st Edition, Illustrated, Signed Publisher: Rizzoli Intl Pubns


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Publication Date2002-11-01
PublisherRizzoli Intl Pubns

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Contemporary artist Keith Edmier has long been exploring the impact of public history on personal memory in his work. The pop icons of his youth-- such as Evel Knievel-- were seminal figures in the developing artist's psyche. Perhaps the most important figure in the artist's pantheon of inspiration is Farrah Fawcett. The object of many teen boys' affections in the 1970s, Fawcett was a particularly resonant figure for Edmier as she herself was an artist, a fact that he discovered in an issue of the teen magazine Dynamite.

In August 2000, after Edmier extended a formal invitation to the actress to join him in making a work of art, Edmier and Fawcett began what would become a two-year collaboration which produced several sculptures (including two large-scale nude sculptures of each other) and numerous photographs and drawings. The results of this extraordinary project are chronicled in this volume.

The essay by Lynn Zelevansky, curator of contemporary and modern art at Los Angeles County Museum of Art where the exhibition of the work debuted, explores other potent artist/muse pairings and how the traditional hierarchy of this kind of undertaking has been eroded by Fawcett's full participation in the project. She also considers how their project engages pop culture, writing: "...[Fawcett] and Edmier have reminded us about the world of images we inhabit, where it can be difficult to tell the real from the imaginary. They have held a magnifying glass to the relationship between fantasy and reality, celebrity and fan, allowing us to understand something about the way that mass culture impacts lives and shapes memory."
, As a teenager, contemporary artist Keith Edmier remembers reading in Tigerbeat magazine that his favorite TV star, Farrah Fawcett, was an artist. Twenty years later, he asked her to collaborate on a project-she accepted. After nine months in a studio together, the two produced this body of sculpture and photography.

With an eye to historical tradition, this collaboration brings to mind other potent artist/muse collaborations such as Rodin and Claudel, or Stieglitz and O'Keeffe, and explores that curious reversal when the artist's subject becomes the artist herself.

An exhibition of the works will debut at Los Angeles County Museum of Art in November 2002 and travel around the country.

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This is a first edition first printing 110 page illustrated photography/art book. Buyer must be 18 as there are FULL nude shots in this book. This is a stunning book full of photos of Farrah and Keith as they sculpt each other in the nude. Book is in excellent condition with the exception of one small tear on the back book cover. 

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