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Franz West

FRANZ WEST (1947 - 2012)

West produced thousands of works over forty years, and this fully illustrated book provides a remarkable picture of the artist’s exceptionally rich career. Further insight into West’s practice is provided through essays by Mark Godfrey, Christine Macel and Martin Prinzhorn, an illustrated chronology, and previously unpublished testimonies from close associates and friends of the artist, from Kasper König to Bice Curiger and Sarah Lucas.

An anarchic free spirit, self-taught until the age of thirty, Franz West remained in the shadows of the Viennese art scene for nearly fifteen years before becoming known in the international art world in the 1980s.

Today he is regarded as a pivotal figure of contemporary art, whose work continues to inspire younger artists. West’s output ranged from lumpy papier mâché objects to installations of divans for viewers to lounge on, from painted collages to outdoor sculptures shaped like intestines and turds. His work is at once popular and esoteric, active and contemplative, corporeal and intellectual, philosophical and playful.
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Emne Skulptur
Kunstner Franz West
Forfatter Christine Macel, Mark Godfrey
Sprog Engelsk
Illustrationer 100+ farveill.
Format / Sideantal 20 x 29 cm. / 224 s.
Udgivelsesår 2018
Indbinding Hæftet
Forlag Tate
Antikvarisk
Antal
Køb
ISBN 9781849766135
Lev. 3 dage
FRANZ WEST (1947 - 2012)

West produced thousands of works over forty years, and this fully illustrated book provides a remarkable picture of the artist’s exceptionally rich career. Further insight into West’s practice is provided through essays by Mark Godfrey, Christine Macel and Martin Prinzhorn, an illustrated chronology, and previously unpublished testimonies from close associates and friends of the artist, from Kasper König to Bice Curiger and Sarah Lucas.

An anarchic free spirit, self-taught until the age of thirty, Franz West remained in the shadows of the Viennese art scene for nearly fifteen years before becoming known in the international art world in the 1980s.

Today he is regarded as a pivotal figure of contemporary art, whose work continues to inspire younger artists. West’s output ranged from lumpy papier mâché objects to installations of divans for viewers to lounge on, from painted collages to outdoor sculptures shaped like intestines and turds. His work is at once popular and esoteric, active and contemplative, corporeal and intellectual, philosophical and playful.