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Robin Rhode

Robin Rhode

Robin Rhode

who saw who.

by Robin Rhode

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Published by Hayward Pub., Distributed in North America, Central America, and South America through D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers in London, UK, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rhode, Robin -- Exhibitions,
  • Rhode, Robin -- Interviews,
  • Performance art -- South Africa

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 114-[115]).

    GenreExhibitions, Interviews
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsN7396.R46 A4 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination118 p. :
    Number of Pages118
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23699689M
    ISBN 109781853322716
    LC Control Number2009379854
    OCLC/WorldCa276644770

      This substantial solo exhibition—the artist's first in a U.S. museum and the Wexner Center's first organized by Senior Curator Catharina Manchanda—brings you.   Writing’s on the wall for Robin Rhode. Athi Mongezeleli Joja. 1 Apr my meeting with Berlin-based South African artist Robin Rhode, gallery wall into an oversized colouring-in book.

    For Robin Rhode great art is inextricably connected to a preparedness to think the eternal. If Rhode has always moved between viscera and abstraction, the object and its erasure, we now encounter a critical shift, for in this new cycle of works the artist finds himself compelled to overcome the inhibitive polarities in-and-through which we construct meaning and value in our . Robin James Rhode was born in Cape Town in and has lived in Johannesburg for the past 15 years. Rhode had no art education while at school in Bosmont, but knowing he 'could draw', decided to study Fine Art at Wits Tech. He was a voluntary art teacher at Afrika Cultural Centre, Newtown in his matric year.

      Robin Rhode ma years old. A formidable year surely as most everyone’s is, but particularly during this time as the region was on the cusp of a revolution. He participated closely Author: Courtney Willis Blair. The works are often critical of South Africa’s colonial and apartheid past and speak of marginality, but they are also playful, engaging, and witty. It is this humorous yet intelligent approach that has seen Rhode rise to international success. Robin Rhode, RGBG, C – print, 16 parts, each: x inches / x cm;


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Robin Rhode was born in Cape Town, South Africa, in Inspired by youth street culture and art history, Rhode creates drawings, paintings, photography, and films. In Rhode’s work, urban walls become his canvases, static images are put into motion, and the artist becomes a performer and street.

Robin Rhode's (born ) stunning, colorful works on a wall in Johannesburg, comprised of a mural, a performer and a photograph of the two, have turned to using the illusion of perfectibility inherent in geometry to tell global stories about displacement and capitalism.

Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogues: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rhode, Robin. Robin Rhode. Cape Town: South African National Gallery, View Robin Rhode’s 83 artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices.

See available photographs, installation, and prints and multiples for sale and learn about the ality: South African.

Reading With Robin. 13, likes 1, talking about this. For everyone who loves to Read with Robin. New podcasts Tuesdays on iTunes. Subscribe Followers: 14K. Working primarily in the streets of Johannesburg, Robin Rhode uses walls and sidewalks as the stage for his exuberant, narrative interventions and performances.

Captured in serial photographs and stop-motion videos, Rhode’s work explores urban youth culture, socioeconomic inequality, and outgrowths of ality: South African. ROBIN RHODE Under the Sun, (detail) c-print 36 parts, each: x inches 50 x 50 cm installed dimensions variable Courtesy the artist and Lehmann Maupin, New York and Hong Kong.

Rather than any one religion, however, Rhode found salvation in geometry. ROBIN RHODE. Proteus, (detail). C-print. 6 parts, each: x inches, x cm. Overall: x inches, x cm. The East Greenwich resident — the host of WHJJ’s “Reading with Robin” radio show from − and now host of “Reading with Robin” Facebook book groups, fundraisers, iTunes podcasts and the Point Street Reading Series, now at Bayberry Beer Hall — dishes about all things literary.

This volume accompanies South African artist Robin Rhode's first solo survey exhibition at a U.S. museum, Ohio's Wexner Center. Raised in Cape Town and Johannesburg, Rhode has gained recognition with his playful photography, video, and installation works that often reference graffiti culture and combine drawing and performance.

Robin Rhode: Variants. Published by Vinyl Factory. The Vinyl Factory is pleased to present a collaboration with trailblazing South African artist Robin Rhode.

Produced by Rhode with arrangements by Arenor Anuku, 'Variants' is the soundtrack to six short films created by the artist for his show at White Cube, London in SinceRobin Rhode has been constructing images that show youths interacting with drawings on walls and other urban surfaces in his native South Africa.

This uncanny combination of the two-dimensional and the human body moving through space, both flattened into a photograph, creates a strange. Robin Rhode is a South African-born artist based in Berlin, Germany.

He studied  Fine Art at Technikon Witwatersrand and the South African School of Film, Television and Dramatic Art, both in Johannesburg, South Africa. His work combines aspects of street art, minimalism, social practice, and urban design in explorations of play, reenactment, and gesture that manifest as.

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Price New from Used from 5/5(1). Description. Robin Rhode’s Paries Pictus: Activity Book supplements the site specific wall drawing intervention of the same title on view at Lehmann Maupin’s Chrystie Street space from January 10 – Ma For this exhibition, Rhode applied twenty-one vinyl graphics to the gallery walls and invited a group of first graders to participate in an educational wall drawing.

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Robin Rhode: An artistic life that's not just black and white Robin Rhode - An artist with an imagination. The latest photo book "Tension" by Robin Rhode looks back at. Robin Rhode (bornCape Town, South Africa) was raised in Johannesburg as part of the first generation of South African youth to be widely exposed to Western urban culture.

Inspired by hip hop, popular sports, and street art, Rhode blends a variety of high and low art forms in his practice by combining photography, performance, drawing.

robin rhode is known for his photographic series that merge photography, performance, drawing, and sculpture to create visual narratives that are brought to life using quotidian materials such as. When Robin Rhode was in school in Johannesburg during the twilight of apartheid, upperclassmen would herd younger students into the boys’ room, draw a picture on the wall—a bicycle, say—and.

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See more ideas about Robin, Dramatic arts and African art pins.Robin Rhode is an interdisciplinary South African artist based in Germany whose work utilises a variety of visual languages to create narratives that are both personal and relatable.

Pushing beyond the margins of established artistic genres, Rhode’s work merges photography, drawing, sculpture and more.