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Bernar Venet

Ratcliff, Carter

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ISBN 10: 1558596992 / ISBN 13: 9781558596993
Published by Cercle D'art, Paris, 1994
New Condition: New Hardcover
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This is a sparkling BRAND NEW BOOK which is in MINT / PRISTINE condition, just as is its DJ, which is now protected with a Mylar covering. Ratcliff does a great job here in presenting the sculpture of this remarkable artist. Venet can have massive pieces of steel whipped around In every direction, and when it is finished, it is still growing. Awesome stuff here, and highly recommended. We venture there is no better copy to be found. Size: Quatro. Bookseller Inventory # 101472

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Title: Bernar Venet

Publisher: Cercle D'art, Paris

Publication Date: 1994

Binding: Cloth Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Dust Jacket Condition: New

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One of France's most uniquely compelling artists, Bernar Venet has devoted the last two decades to an investigation of meaning and form in sculpture. Venet was trained as a painter but quickly became involved with conceptual art, experimenting with mathematical and aesthetic principles in a variety of media, particularly sculpture. In this illustrated book, critic Carter Ratcliff provides an illuminating look at the complex relationship between form, language, and meaning in Venet's recent work.

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Thierry Lenain is professor of art history at Universite Libre in Brussels. Thomas McEvilley is professor of art history at Rice University in Texas.

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