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Sculpture By Andrew Benjamin

Sculpture by Andrew Benjamin

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With contributions from a host of artists and writers including Tony Cragg, Stan Allen, Michael Newman and Lucille Bertrand, this profile examines sculpture.

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Sculpture: Contemporary Form and Theory by Andrew Benjamin

Saul Ostrow John Lechte Stan Allen David Batchelor Charles Harrison David Moos Harald Klingelholler Michael Newman Didier Vermeiren Christine Boshier Jean-Luc Nancy Lucille Bertrand Rebecca Comay Rachel Whiteread Jesse Reiser Tony Cragg Serge Spitzer

Table of Contents

Piecing the Pieces Together Again: Phenomenal Objects, Pictorial Events (S. Ostrow). Eleven Theses on Sculpture (J. Lechte). Minimalism: Architecture and Sculpture (S. Allen). Chromaphobia: Ancient and Modern, and a Few Notable Exceptions (D. Batchelor). On Colour and Abstract Art: David Batchelor's Recent Work (C. Harrison). Which World: The Sculpture of Harald Klingelh?ller (D. Moos). Three Ends of Art: Approaching Didier Vermeiren's Sculpture (M. Newman). The Activity of Space: The Sculpture of Christine Boshier (A. Benjamin). Held, Held Back: The Sculpture of Lucille Bertrand (J.-L. Nancy). Memory Block: Rachel Whiteread's Proposal for a Holocaust Memorial in Vienna (R. Comay). Latent Tectonics in the Work of Tony Cragg (J. Reiser). Sites of Tension: Serge Spitzer's Work in the Kennedyplatz, Essen (A. Benjamin).

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Sculpture: Contemporary Form and Theory by Andrew Benjamin
Used - Very Good
John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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