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Luc Tuymans

The Luc Tuymans exhibition organized by Madeleine Grynsztejn and Helen Molesworth for the Wexner Center and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is now at the Dallas Museum of Art (it will also travel to Chicago and Brussels). The catalog is published by DAP, and includes text by Molesworth, Joseph L. Koerner, Ralph Rugoff, and Bill Horrigan. Artinfo.com has a slide show with narration by Molesworth.

Phaidon published a revised and updated version of its volume in the “Contemporary Artists” series, including contributions from Ulrich Loock, Hans Rudolf Reust, Juan Vicente Aliaga, and  Nancy Spector, and in the fall will publish Is It Safe? by Pablo Sigg and Gerrit Vermeiren.

In 2008, Ludion published Gerrit Vermeiren, Luc Tuymans: I Don’t Get It. For the 2004 exhibition at the Tate Modern and K21 in Duesseldorf, the Tate published a catalog by Emma Dexter and Julian Heynen. For his 2003 exhibition in Hanover, Munich and St. Gallen, Hatje Cantz published a catalog with text by Stephan Berg, Konrad Bitterli and Philippe Pirotte.

See also the artist’s page at David Zwirner, including PDF files of many reviews.


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