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Faile: Works on Wood

Process, Paintings and Sculpture

This new publication about the artistic collaboration Faile documents its work with the medium of wood.

Faile: Works on Wood is a new collection of essays and rich color photographs that showcases Faile’s exploration of wood in their practice. It presents a broad swath of their projects from the past decade, from early work using salvaged material to more recent commissions, such as their towering installation at the New York City Ballet. The book features both critical writing and reflections by the artists on now iconic facets of their work in and out of the studio, including their interactive Puzzle Boxes, carved Prayer Wheels, and bold, large-scale painting.

Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller have worked in a wide range of materials and styles since the inception of Faile in 1999. They are best known for their prints, paintings, and mixed-media installations, which have been exhibited in museums and galleries around the world. Inspired by American folk art and the visual tapestry of city walls, their work is characterized by a vibrant weaving of abstraction, mass culture, and commercial typography.   Faile: Works on Wood is a new collection of essays and rich color photographs that showcases Faile’s exploration of wood in their practice. It presents a broad swath of their projects from the past decade, from early work using salvaged material to more recent commissions, such as their towering installation at the New York City Ballet. The book features both critical writing and reflections by the artists on now iconic facets of their work in and out of the studio, including their interactive Puzzle Boxes, carved Prayer Wheels, and bold, large-scale painting. Following Gestalten’s two bestsellers Faile: Prints + Originals 1999–2009 and Faile Temple, Faile: Works on Wood features beautiful color reproductions and guides readers through the artists’ work with a versatile medium. In the process, the book shows that Faile has evolved and adapted in dialogue with their materials, and will do so for years to come.

Editors: Ian Bourland
Authors: Faile
Release date: September 2014
Format: 24 × 30 cm
Features: Full color, hardcover, 
320 pages
ISBN: 978-3-89955-547-9

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  • Free worldwide shipping from 60 EUR/USD order value.

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    • European Union: € 10,-
    • ROW (All other): € 40,-

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Faile: Works on Wood is a new collection of essays and rich color photographs that showcases Faile’s exploration of wood in their practice. It presents a broad swath of their projects from the past decade, from early work using salvaged material to more recent commissions, such as their towering installation at the New York City Ballet. The book features both critical writing and reflections by the artists on now iconic facets of their work in and out of the studio, including their interactive Puzzle Boxes, carved Prayer Wheels, and bold, large-scale painting.

Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller have worked in a wide range of materials and styles since the inception of Faile in 1999. They are best known for their prints, paintings, and mixed-media installations, which have been exhibited in museums and galleries around the world. Inspired by American folk art and the visual tapestry of city walls, their work is characterized by a vibrant weaving of abstraction, mass culture, and commercial typography.   Faile: Works on Wood is a new collection of essays and rich color photographs that showcases Faile’s exploration of wood in their practice. It presents a broad swath of their projects from the past decade, from early work using salvaged material to more recent commissions, such as their towering installation at the New York City Ballet. The book features both critical writing and reflections by the artists on now iconic facets of their work in and out of the studio, including their interactive Puzzle Boxes, carved Prayer Wheels, and bold, large-scale painting. Following Gestalten’s two bestsellers Faile: Prints + Originals 1999–2009 and Faile Temple, Faile: Works on Wood features beautiful color reproductions and guides readers through the artists’ work with a versatile medium. In the process, the book shows that Faile has evolved and adapted in dialogue with their materials, and will do so for years to come.

Art English Gestalten

Editors Ian Bourland
Authors: Faile
Release date: September 2014
Format: 24 × 30 cm
Features: Full color, hardcover, 
320 pages
ISBN: 978-3-89955-547-9

Shipping Costs

  • Free shipping to Germany and the USA.
  • Free worldwide shipping from 60 EUR/USD order value.

  • For orders below 60 EUR/USD the following shipping costs apply:

    • Germany & USA : € 0,-
    • European Union: € 10,-
    • ROW (All other): € 40,-

Shipping costs will be assessed during checkout based on the full value of goods purchased.


The shipping cost doesn’t account for any import taxes/customs fees. These fees are not under our control and apply according to the regulations of your selected country of delivery. Please refer to your local customs authorities for more information.

 

Payment 

For shipments to addresses within the US, payments can be made using credit card, or PayPal.

Gestalten uses a secure payment system to protect your information. More information on our security procedure is available here

Shipping

Once your order is processed and an order confirmation is sent, you will be able to track your shipment using the link in the order confirmation. You will also be able to track your order in your customer account.

Orders are usually received within 2-3 working days for orders placed within Germany, 2-6 working days for those placed within the EU, Switzerland, and Norway. Orders placed within the US will be delivered within 3-7 working days after receiving your order confirmation. Deliveries to all other territories will take 10-14 working days.

Please note that we don’t ship on weekends and public holidays. Deliveries are not made on Sundays and other public holidays. We will try to inform you of any unexpected delays.

Returns
Full refunds are available up until 14 days after the order confirmation is sent. You bear the direct costs for returning the products. More information on our return policy is available here.

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