Louise Nevelson: Sculpture of the '50s and '60s. Louise Nevelson, Robert C. Morgan, essay.
Louise Nevelson: Sculpture of the '50s and '60s
Louise Nevelson: Sculpture of the '50s and '60s
Louise Nevelson: Sculpture of the '50s and '60s

Louise Nevelson: Sculpture of the '50s and '60s. March 18 - April 27, 2002

New York: PaceWildenstein, 2002. 1st Edition. Large quarto, publisher's stapled white stiff paper wraps, original black dust jacket printed in black and lettered in white.

Exhibition catalog for a show of Russian-born American sculptor Nevelson's work from the 1950s and 60s, "the great, emerging period in Nevelson's career," when she began making heavy use of found objects and her assemblage contstructions grew in ambition and scale. "For Nevelson the process of looking at form was not merely a signifying process but a matter of feeling and the desire to articulate feeling. Her three-dimensional visualizations of dark and light, constructed in units of bas-relief, offer subtle passages that give the space a sense of continuity, an awkward completeness" (from the introduction by critic-curator Morgan). Illustrated with 13 black-and-white plates, several double-page. Fine. Item #583

$25.00

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