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Richard Serra - Prints Catalogue Raisonné

Richard Serra has engaged in an intensive discussion of printing and its potential since the early stages of his work as an artist. What he seeks to achieve is not the mere ­duplication of a piece of paper, but the continuous exten­sion and radical further development of the possi­bilities of expression through printing and a discussion of the options offered by the various techniques as well as the qualities of the materials he uses. In an age of increasing technical reproducibility, Richard Serra unwaveringly ­creates prints that do not convey or indeed reinforce any kind of certainty but which focus on and question the credibility of experiences and their own self-assurance.
The Catalogue of Works contains the prints created until the end of 1999 – each listed with a small-format illustration.
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Emne Grafik/Oeuvre-katalog
Kunstner Richard Serra
Forfatter Berswordt-Wallrabe, Silke von
Sprog Tysk, Engelsk og Fransk
Illustrationer Rigt illustreret
Format / Sideantal 30x 24 cm / 152 s
Udgivelsesår 1999
Indbinding Indbundet
Forlag Richter Verlag
Antikvarisk
Antal
Køb
ISBN 393380700x
Lev. 3-5 dage
Richard Serra has engaged in an intensive discussion of printing and its potential since the early stages of his work as an artist. What he seeks to achieve is not the mere ­duplication of a piece of paper, but the continuous exten­sion and radical further development of the possi­bilities of expression through printing and a discussion of the options offered by the various techniques as well as the qualities of the materials he uses. In an age of increasing technical reproducibility, Richard Serra unwaveringly ­creates prints that do not convey or indeed reinforce any kind of certainty but which focus on and question the credibility of experiences and their own self-assurance.
The Catalogue of Works contains the prints created until the end of 1999 – each listed with a small-format illustration.