3 edition of Drawings by sculptors found in the catalog.
Drawings by sculptors
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|Other titles||Charles Rand Penney Collection|
|Statement||Organized by Jane Wade. Circulated by the Smithsonian Institution.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged)|
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Drawing has always been an essential tool to the sculptor, and many sculptors have carried their experimentation with materials into work on paper. For many sculptors there is a clear demarcation between the two disciplines, and many sculptors make drawings that are autonomous, and independent of their work in three dimensions. Alicia Martín’s Cascading Books, or Biografias, was an over the top, 5,book art installation featured in various locations across Spain and the Netherlands. A wire mesh frame gave the mass of unused volumes the illusion of being poured like a liquid.
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It's very well laid out and organized. It has a dust cover, but the art is also printed on the book itself. The focus is on Western art, starting with the medieval art of Giotto, although there is a bit of Asian and Russian art also included.
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