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Hugo Huerta Marin

Portrait of an Artist

Conversations with Trailblazing Creative Women

Hardcover
$ 36.00| £ 26.00 (* recommended retail price)

This remarkable book brings you face-to-face with an incredible selection of pioneering women who have reshaped the creative industries.

From legendary visual artists Yoko Ono and Tracey Emin, to groundbreaking musicians like Annie Lennox and Debbie Harry, to fashion giants such as Miuccia Prada and Diane von Fürstenberg, this collection of original interviews and Polaroid photographs of almost 30 trailblazing women spans creative industries, nationalities and generations to bring together a never-before-published collection of leading voices. Featuring an astounding range of names including FKA Twigs, Isabelle Huppert and Rei Kawakubo, this book creates both a portrait of each individual woman and – collectively – a powerful portrait of the impact of women on the creative industries.

Each pioneering creative is interviewed and photographed by the Mexican artist Hugo Huerta Marin. The women speak openly with Huerta Marin about their challenges and joys; their vulnerabilities and their triumphs. Cate Blanchett reflects on the differences between acting on stage and in film; Marina Abramović discusses her most radical piece of performance art; Annie Lennox reminisces about London in the 1970s; Carrie Mae Weems discusses the relationship between race and photography —these and other conversations are further brought to life by Huerta Marin’s candid, intimate Polaroid images. These photographs, which allow readers to lock eyes with their subjects, reflect the natural tone of each conversation, allowing the reader rare insight into the lives of these renowned artists. Inspiring and revealing, this collection of interviews and photographs gives readers an unparalleled connection with some of the most fascinating women working in the arts today.


Hardcover, 424 pages, 15,5 x 21,0 cm, 70 color illustrations
ISBN: 978-3-7913-8748-2
Published:
US October 05, 2021
UK September 07, 2021
Status of delivery: This title is available.

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Biography

Hugo Huerta Marin

Hugo Huerta Marin is a multi-disciplinary artist and graphic designer whose work centers on gender and cultural identity. Since moving to New York in 2012, he has collaborated with cultural institutions in the United States and Mexico, including the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Hugo works as art director to Marina Abramović, with whom he has collaborated internationally for venues including; Moderna Museet, Stockholm; Foundation Beyeler, Basel; and the Royal Academy of Arts, London. Hugo’s solo exhibitions have been featured at The Hole Gallery in New York, Never Apart Gallery in Montreal, and MUAC museum in Mexico City. He was part of the 2019 Casa Nano art residency in Tokyo.

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