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Richard Serra, drawing : a retrospective / Bernice Rose, Michelle White, Gary Garrels ; with additional contributions by Lizzie Borden ... [and others].

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Walkerton-Lincoln Twp PL - Walkerton 741.092 ROS (Text) 72712000015588 Adult - Nonfiction Reference -

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  • ISBN: 9780300169379
  • ISBN: 030016937X
  • Physical Description: 230 pages (some folded) : illustrations ; 31 cm
  • Publisher: Houston : Menil Collection ; [2011]

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General Note:
Published on the occasion of an exhibition held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, N.Y., Apr. 13-Aug. 28, 2011, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, Calif., Oct. 15, 2011-Jan. 16, 2012 and at the Menil Collection, Houston, Tex., Mar. 2-June 10, 2012.
Includes an interview with and an essay by the artist.
Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 324-329).
Subject: Serra, Richard, 1938- > Exhibitions.
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    This text brings together Richard Serra's drawn work, considering the artist's investigation of medium as an activity both independent from and linked to his pioneering sculptural practice.
  • Yale University

    As the focal point of numerous high-profile exhibitions, the sculpture of Richard Serra (b. 1939) has drawn international acclaim. Yet even those who have marveled at Serra's intellectually rigorous and large works of sculpture may not be familiar with his equally intriguing drawings. This handsome book brings together for the first time Serra's drawn work, considering the artist's investigation of medium as an activity both independent from and linked to his pioneering sculptural practice.

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