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Experience the scorching art of Burning Man with this visual history, now updated through 2015! Every August, tens of thousands of participants gather to celebrate artistic expression in Nevada's barren Black Rock Desert. This vastly inhospitable location, called the playa, is the site of Burning Man, where, within a 9-mile fence, artists called Burners create a temporary city devoted to art and participation. Braving extreme elements, over two hundred wildly ambitious works of art are created and intended to delight, provoke, involve, or amaze. In 2015, over 70,000 people attended-the highest number ever allowed on the playa. As Burning Man has created new context, new categories of art have emerged since its inception, including Art to Ride, Collaborative Art, and of course, Art to Burn. "Burning Man: Art on Fire" is an authorized collection of some of the most stunning examples of Burning Man art, now updated to include the most recent installations, through 2015. Experience the amazing sculptures, art, stories, and interviews from the world's greatest gathering of artists. Get lost in a rich gallery of images showcasing the best examples of playa art with over 200 photos. Interviews with the artists reveal not only their motivation to create art specifically for Burning Man, but they also illuminate the dramatic efforts it took to create their pieces. Featuring the incredible photography of long-time Burning Man photographers, Sidney Erthal and Scott London, an introduction from Burning Man founder Larry Harvey, and a foreword from Will Chase, this stunning slipcased edition allows Burners and enthusiasts alike to have a piece of Burning Man with them all year around.
Offers a photographic record of the annual event held in the Black Rock Desert in Northern Nevada, from its beginning as a performance art exhibit to its current status as a pop culture destination.
Stories of the counterculture event that brings together thousands each year for a weeklong spasm of self-expression in the Nevada desert.
Join longtime journalist Steven T. Jones, aka Scribe, on an epic journey through Burning Man's renaissance years of 2004 to the present, meeting the culture's most inspiring leaders and colorful characters and searching for meaning on the road from San Francisco to Black Rock City, and on to New York City, the Mississippi bayou, the Democratic National Convention in Denver, Flipside in Austin, the dance clubs of London, and all points beyond. From its anarchic early days to its present dreams of world domination, this is the untold story of Burning Man.
From 1995 to 2007, the alternative newspaper Piss Clear covered the colorful culture of Black Rock City with a cheeky, sarcastic tone that earned the paper its reputation as the “Vice magazine of the playa.” From its start as a sassy festival survival guide, Piss Clear developed into a Burning Man reality check, chock-full of hard-hitting articles, acerbic rants, witty commentaries, and funny lists. Along the way, it documented in real-time the evolution of the Burning Man festival.
Dorrell opened his gallery in 1991, and has been advancing artists careers on a national level ever since. This is an updated edition of his original book, covering critical subjects that he didn't before and expanding on others, written in the same honest tone. With clients such as Warner Brothers and H&R Block, Dorrell knows how to land the big deals, as well as how to win the trust of private collectors. He presents the information so that any artist can follow the steps laid out in this book, and begin assembling a career that works. With sage advice, humor, and a host of anecdotes, Dorrell keeps you engaged through each chapter. Whether instructing on how to get your work into a gallery, or how to handle self-doubt, he knows his ground. He also tells the story of his gallery?s shaky start, from his initial failures to his many successes. Having survived the Great Recession, Dorrell provides many first-hand observations on the culture of greed and corruption that brought it about, and how that relates to artists as well. Regardless of your place in the arts, you will benefit from the real-life guidance of this work.

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