Color and Form: The Geometric Sculptures of Morton C. Bradley, Jr.
by Lynn Gamwell
The colorful geometric sculptures of Morton C. Bradley, Jr. (1912-2004), designed to be suspended from the ceiling, seem to float in the air like models of unknown, beautiful stars. As each sculpture slowly revolves, its intricate structure is transformed by a progression of colors that illuminate new aspects of its character. Bradley's creations embody the mathematical st...more
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published June 1st 2012 by Indiana University Press
(first published May 16th 2012)
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