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ANDY GOLDSWORTHY PROJECT, THE

ANDY GOLDSWORTHY (1956-)

This is the most substantial scholarly volume devoted to British sculptor Andy Goldsworthy’s work in twenty years and the first to underscore his permanent oeuvre.

In January 2003 Goldsworthy was invited to create a work of art for the National Gallery of Art, Washington. The project began with a series of ephemeral works on Government Island in Stafford County, Virginia. From this phase a series of photographic suites and a diary remain. The second phase of the project resulted in Roof, a site-specific sculpture comprising nine stacked-slate domes installed by Goldsworthy, his assistant, and a group of British drystone wallers in the winter of 2004/2005.

The book traces the development of Goldsworthy’s project at the Gallery from conception to completion and situates the artist’s sculpture and practice within an age-long tradition of structures.

The book also features the only fully illustrated catalogue documenting Goldsworthy’s commissioned installations — more than 120 works dating from 1984 to 2008 and spanning three continents.

Combining thorough documentation, in-depth analysis, and contextual scholarship in a visually rich format, The Andy Goldsworthy Project is a landmark publication on the artist.

Published in association with the National Gallery of Art, Washington

Molly Donovan is associate curator of modern and contemporary art at the National Gallery of Art. Tina Fiske is based at the University of Glasgow, where she lectures in art history.

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Emne Land Art/skulptur
Kunstner GOLDSWORTHY, Andy
Forfatter Molly Donovan & Tina Fiske
Sprog Engelsk tekst
Illustrationer 284 ill, heraf 280 i farver
Format / Sideantal 30 x 27 cm / 228 sider
Udgivelsesår 2010
Indbinding Indbundet
Forlag Thames & Hudson
Antikvarisk
Antal
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ISBN 9780500238714
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ANDY GOLDSWORTHY (1956-)

This is the most substantial scholarly volume devoted to British sculptor Andy Goldsworthy’s work in twenty years and the first to underscore his permanent oeuvre.

In January 2003 Goldsworthy was invited to create a work of art for the National Gallery of Art, Washington. The project began with a series of ephemeral works on Government Island in Stafford County, Virginia. From this phase a series of photographic suites and a diary remain. The second phase of the project resulted in Roof, a site-specific sculpture comprising nine stacked-slate domes installed by Goldsworthy, his assistant, and a group of British drystone wallers in the winter of 2004/2005.

The book traces the development of Goldsworthy’s project at the Gallery from conception to completion and situates the artist’s sculpture and practice within an age-long tradition of structures.

The book also features the only fully illustrated catalogue documenting Goldsworthy’s commissioned installations — more than 120 works dating from 1984 to 2008 and spanning three continents.

Combining thorough documentation, in-depth analysis, and contextual scholarship in a visually rich format, The Andy Goldsworthy Project is a landmark publication on the artist.

Published in association with the National Gallery of Art, Washington

Molly Donovan is associate curator of modern and contemporary art at the National Gallery of Art. Tina Fiske is based at the University of Glasgow, where she lectures in art history.