Dieter Honisch Mack: Sculptures, 1953-1986

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Mack: Sculptures, 1953-1986

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9780810915381: Mack: Sculptures, 1953-1986
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This is an exhaustive view and catalog of works by the German sculptor Heinz Mack (b.1931), compiled with his cooperation. The book is thematically arranged--lines, cubes, mirrors, light, water, etc.--to show the artist's generally large-scale geometric and minimalist works. The catalog (compiled by Anja Bagel-Bohlan) lists over 1200 works, some illustrated with small images, most with references to the main photographic series. Honisch's essay is broad and difficult to grasp, beyond obvious infelicities in the translation from the original 1986 German edition. Still, the book represents an impressive body of work. For advanced collections on 20th-century sculpture with funds to rebind after the first use.
- Jack Perry Brown, Ryerson and Burnham Lib., Art Inst . of Chicago
Copyright 1989 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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Published by Abrams, New York (1989)
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Book Description Abrams, New York, 1989. Hardcovers. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. Large Qto., slipcased edition. 543 pages, 647 illustrations, housed in a blue slipcase. the book, dustjacket and slip case are all guaranteed unopened MINT, still in the publishers cellophane wrapping . Bookseller Inventory # 4612

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