Rebecca Horn
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Rebecca Horn

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Explores the fascinating and tantalizing work that has won Horn two decades of critical attention in Europe and America. This book contains four essays and numerous photographs of her work, including early performance pieces, mechanomorphic sculptures, site-specific installations and films.
Hardcover, 344 pages
Published October 30th 1994 by Guggenheim Museum Publications (first published January 1st 1993)
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Pauline Halliday
Rebecca is the best sculptor in the world, her installations, are intriguing, mesmerising, exciting - any book containing her work is excellent in my opinion - if you have not been to an exhibition of hers GO IMMEDIATELY !!!
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