Reimagining: New Perspectives
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An exclusive survey of the most important new acquisitions by the UBS Art Collection.
Reimagining: New Perspectives features more than 120 of the latest acquisitions by the UBS Art Collection, one of the largest and most important corporate collections in the world. Inspired by a recent UBS Art Gallery exhibition of the same title, this book features works by acclaimed artists who offer new and diverse perspectives based on their distinct backgrounds and experiences, inviting us to reimagine our world.
With an accompanying essay by Global Head of the UBS Art Collection, Mary Rozell, this unique survey of works acquired in the past seven years provides a rare insight into the acquisition direction of the preeminent global collection.
Artworks are displayed in UBS offices globally, serving as an inspiration for employees and a platform for dialogue with clients and the public. It incorporates key works from UBS collections in both Europe and the US as well as new acquisitions—mirroring today’s global business.
Artists whose works are featured in the book include: Derrick Adams, Rana Begum, Jose Dávila, Latifa Echakhch, Theaster Gates, Lauren Halsey, Kapwani Kiwanga, Tyler Mitchell, Zanele Muholi, Adam Pendleton, Farah Al Qasimi, Amy Sherald, Shinique Smith, Mika Tajima, Stanley Whitney, Wu Chi-Tsung, Yin Xiuzhen, and Haegue Yang.Specifications:
- Format: Hardback
- Size: 270 x 229 mm (11 3/8 x 9 7/8 in)
- Pages: 208 pp
- ISBN: 9781580936064
Mary Rozell is the Global Head of the UBS Art Collection. She is the author of The Art Collector’s Handbook: The Definitive Guide to Acquiring and Owning Art (Lund Humphries, 2020), considered the “Bible” of art collecting, and has been an advisor to collectors, artists, and estates on strategic and legal issues relating to the acquisition, management, and deaccessioning of private art collections.
The UBS Art Collection consists of more than 30,000 works, including paintings, works on paper, photography, sculpture, video, and installations by artists from around the world and is widely recognized as one of the most important corporate art collections. UBS has been collecting contemporary art since the 1960s, a practice driven by the company’s long-held belief that the art of today encourages the innovative thinking that has shaped UBS’s corporate culture. The Collection’s mission is to build and maintain a seminal body of work by artists of our time.