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One of the most important sculptors of this century, Richard Serra has been a spokesman on the nature and status of art in our day. Best known for site-specific works in steel, Serra has much to say about the relation of sculpture to place, whether urban, natural, or architectural, and about the nature of art itself, whether political, decorative, or personal. In interview ...more
Paperback, 286 pages
Published August 15th 1994 by University Of Chicago Press
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Curt Bozif
Oct 10, 2007 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Artists
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A giant (pun intended) of not just 20th century sculpture, but of art in general. A look into the internal logic of a man's tireless life's work.
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Love this man of steel! It's nice to know pure artists are still alive and kicking. You'll want to map out all the work and take a Serra-only trip to NYC.
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