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DAVID SMITH. Works-Writings-Interview

DAVID SMITH (1906-1965)

This is an insightful and engaging exploration of the work of American sculptor David Smith. Profoundly influenced by the welded sculptures of Julio Gonzalez and of Picasso, David Smith devoted himself entirely to metal sculptures, constructing compositions from steel and scrap material. Almost single-handedly, Smith changed the nature of sculpture in America, giving it a passion, seriousness and identity it did not previously possess.

With his vision, courage and his exquisite aesthetic gifts, he paved the way for Donald Judd, Richard Serra and many other American sculptors, who elaborated upon his formal and conceptual innovations and accepted his challenge to work and act in ways that would assure that sculpture and sculptors in America would be treated with respect. Before Smith, sculpture was a marginal activity; after him, it was an essential part of the American imagination.
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Emne Skulptur
Kunstner SMITH,David
Forfatter Sarah Hamill
Sprog Engelsk tekst
Illustrationer 120 ill
Format / Sideantal 28 x 21 cm / 160 sider
Udgivelsesår 2011
Indbinding Indbundet
Forlag Ediciones Poligrafa
Antikvarisk
Antal
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ISBN 9788434312609
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DAVID SMITH (1906-1965)

This is an insightful and engaging exploration of the work of American sculptor David Smith. Profoundly influenced by the welded sculptures of Julio Gonzalez and of Picasso, David Smith devoted himself entirely to metal sculptures, constructing compositions from steel and scrap material. Almost single-handedly, Smith changed the nature of sculpture in America, giving it a passion, seriousness and identity it did not previously possess.

With his vision, courage and his exquisite aesthetic gifts, he paved the way for Donald Judd, Richard Serra and many other American sculptors, who elaborated upon his formal and conceptual innovations and accepted his challenge to work and act in ways that would assure that sculpture and sculptors in America would be treated with respect. Before Smith, sculpture was a marginal activity; after him, it was an essential part of the American imagination.
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