3 edition of Twentysix gasoline stations found in the catalog.
Twentysix gasoline stations
|Statement||[photographs by] Edward Ruscha.|
|The Physical Object|
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|Number of Pages||44|
On a rainy November evening in , in a bookstore across the street from the University of Texas in Austin, I came upon five thin white books stacked on a waist-high breakfront shelf. On the cover of the top book, three lines of bold, red serif type announced: TWENTYSIX GASOLINE STATIONS. I picked one up and opened it. groundbreaking book of , Twentysix Gasoline Stations, consists of photographs of gas stations along Route 66 between Los Angles and Oklahoma City (plate 2). The route is a relatively straight line on a map that he followed in his car Ruscha set himself a simple brief – to photograph the gas stations en route – and he.
Born in Nebraska in Ed Ruscha grew up in the mid-west city of Oklahoma. Following an early interest in cartooning, Ruscha pursued a career in. Results 1 – 14 of 14 TwentySix Gasoline Stations by Ruscha, Edward (Photographer) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. Driving back and forth on Ro he chronicled the various service stations between Hollywood and his hometown, releasing the photographic book Twentysix Gasoline Stations in Among these photographs, Rusha found inspiration in his snapshot of a Standard gas station taken in Amarillo, Texas, which featured a dramatic, angular composition.
Twentysix Gasoline Stations book was later accompanied by Thirtyfour Parking Lots and Nine Swimming Pools and a Broken Glass. Ruscha is not the only one, but certainly is one of the few people who managed to render industrial objects and facilities as objects of beauty (even if he claims that it was not his intention to do so). Almost contemporaneously in the United States, Ed Ruscha (–present) printed his first book, Twentysix Gasoline Stations, in in an edition of , but had printed almost copies by the end of the decade. The book is directly related to American photographic travelogues.
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TWENTYSIX GASOLINE STATIONS is dated on the title-page, and is an unnumbered copy of copies printed in April by The Cunningham Press. Twentysix Gasoline Stations3rd edition [Los Angeles]: Edward Ruscha, Twentysix Gasoline Stations, a modest publication consisting of black and white photographs with captions, is an iconic artist book.
The photographs are of petrol stations, along the highway between Ruscha’s home in Los Angeles and his parent’s house in Oklahoma City. Twentysix Gasoline Stationsa modest publication consisting of black and white photographs with captions, is an iconic artist book.
But in sic this work read against the photographic landscape of rusha aestheticized image-making. Edward Ruscha. Twentysix Gasoline Stations. printed Artist’s book, offset printed.
page (each): 7 1⁄16 × 5 3⁄8” ( × cm); overall (closed): 7 1⁄16 × 5 9⁄16 × 3⁄16” ( × × cm). Edward Ruscha. The Cunningham Press, Alhambra, CA. Partial gift of the Daled Collection and partial purchase through the generosity of Maja Oeri and Hans Bodenmann.
Twentysix Gasoline Stations utilising only images available on the internet. Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in Publication Maranda, Michael, Twentysix gasoline stations, / designed and edited by Michael Maranda, Parasitic Ventures Press.
ISBN 1. Maranda, Michael, 2. Ruscha, Edward. Twentysix gasoline. His series of photographic artist books which began in with ‘Twentysix gasoline stations’ were incredibly popular upon release and remain highly influential.
«Twentysix Gasoline Stations» The book contains photographs of 26 gas stations, with one-line references stating the stations’ name and location. The page layout varies: a photograph sometimes fills a two-page spread, sometimes a single page, sometimes a half page.
Twentysix Abandoned Gasoline Stations by Jeff Brouws (published in ) is an exact replica of Ed Ruscha’s Twentysix Gasoline Stations, first published in Mimicking Ruscha’s format, design and type treatment, the 5½” x 7” book contains 26 black and white shots of.
His Twentysix Gasoline Stations () photographically captures gas stations in book form as Andy Warhol did Campbell soup cans on canvas. This artist’s book is considered an important milestone for the genre. Twentysix Abandoned Gasoline Stations French photographer Eric Tabuchi has created a modern day reprise of Ed Ruscha's ground-breaking artist's book fromTwentysix Gasoline Stations.
Tabuchi has published a boxed set of 26 oversized postcard-like prints of photos he's taken between and The book was relatively cheap: Tweets about ” Phaidon”. ‘Twentysix Gasoline Stations’, Edward Ruscha, | Tate. From the first service station, ‘Bob’s Service’ in Los Angeles where Ruscha lived, the book follows a journey back to Oklahoma City where he had grown up and where his mother still lived.
Twentysix Gasoline Stations is Michalis Pichler's homage to Ed Ruscha, who published his groundbreaking and highly influential Twentysix Gasoline Stations in Pichler's version offers a more modern update, examining twenty-six German gas stations all owned by the same company and all displaying the same signage and architectural elements.
Following an early interest in cartooning, Ruscha pursued a career in. Results 1 – 14 of 14 TwentySix Gasoline Stations by Ruscha, Edward (Photographer) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at.
Ruscha catalogue raisonné #B1. The artist’s first book. Ed Ruscha. Twentysix Gasoline Stations. [Third Edition]. Twentysix Gasoline Stations.
RUSCHA, Ed [Edward]. Item Number: Alhambra, California: A National Excelsior Publication, First edition, one of numbered copies of the artist’s first book. Small octavo, original white wrappers, printed in red. This example was one of Ruscha’s personal author copies.
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Twentysix Gasoline Stations. RUSCHA, Ed [Edward]. Item Number: Hollywood: National Excelsior Publication, First edition, one of numbered copies; this copy is number Original white wrappers, printed in red, with the original parchment dust jacket.
A fine copy. Signed twice by Ed Ruscha. Twentysix Gasoline Stations is the first artist's book by the American pop artist Ed Ruscha. Published in April on his own imprint National Excelsior Press, it is often considered to be the first modern Artist's book, and has become famous as a precursor and a major influence on the emerging artist's book culture, especially in America.
Twentysix Gasoline Stations is credited as being the defining artist's book of the modern era, and was the first artist's book by Ed Ruscha. Published in April on Ruscha's own imprint National Excelsior Press, the work has become famous as a major influence on artist's book culture, especially in America.Twentysix Gasoline Stations är den amerikanska popkonstnären Ed Ruschas första artists' book utgiven i april  på sitt eget National Excelsior Press .Den beskrivs ofta som en av de första moderna utgåvorna av en artists book , och har blivit känd som en föregångare och viktig influens för en rad olika efterföljande konstnärer som arbetat med artists' books, och Författare: Ed Ruscha.Homma’s ‘Twentysix Gasoline Stations’ is inspired by Ruscha’s artist’s book of the same name in both concept and design.
The photographs depict gasoline stations — 26 of them — throughout the world, from Fukushima Prefecture in Japan to Hawaii, Lithuania and Iceland.