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Material Matters: The Conversation of Modern Sculpture By Jackie Heuman

Material Matters: The Conversation of Modern Sculpture by Jackie Heuman

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This publication focuses on a number of works that have recently received conservation treatment at the Tate Gallery in London. They were selected for their technical, as well as their art historical importance, and both these aspects are discussed.

Material Matters: The Conversation of Modern Sculpture Summary

Material Matters: The Conversation of Modern Sculpture by Jackie Heuman

This publication focuses on a number of works that have recently received conservation treatment at the Tate Gallery in London. They were selected for their technical, as well as their art historical importance, and both these aspects are discussed.

Table of Contents

Edgar Degas "Little Dancer Aged Fourteen" (bronze and textile); Frederic, Lord Leighton "The Sluggard" (bronze); Edward Onslow Ford "The Singer" (bronze and resin); Constantin Brancusi "The Fish" (metal and wood); John Skeaping "Horse" (wood); Henry Moore "Recumbent Figure" (stone); Allen Jones "Chair" (glass and reinforced plastic); Anthony Gormley "Natural Selection" (mixed media, including lead and food); Matthew Barney "Ottoshaft" (mixed media, including tapioca); Naum Gabo and Tony Cragg (plastic sculpture); Gary Hill and Bill Viola (video); methods of examination and analysis for sculpture.

Additional information

GOR002818500
9781854372888
1854372882
Material Matters: The Conversation of Modern Sculpture by Jackie Heuman
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Tate Publishing
1999-11-30
128
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