Autor/en: Rudi Oxenaar
August 2008 - gebunden - 136 Seiten
In the past half-century there has been no more frequent and ardent defender of the significance of public sculpture than Andre Volten -- whose innumerable pieces in and out of the Netherlands have made a consistent case for the place of sculpture in the public domain. The integration of art, architecture and environment manifested in Volten's 50-year body of work is an inspiration to the public arts today, showing as it does how architecture and art can strengthen a space by complementing and responding to one another. Andre Volten: Sculpture in Public Space, the first comprehensive survey of the artist's work, features numerous beautiful reproductions of his work. In addition, it examines a variety of subjects, including Volten's stylistic development over the years, his place in Dutch and international sculpture and his relationship to the constructivist tradition, and his influence on such American artists as Donald Judd, Richard Serra, and Barnett Newman.
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