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ROBERT MORRIS. Centre Georges Pompidou, Musee national d'art moderne/Centre de creation industrielle, Paris, 1995. Contemporains: Monographies. Organized in association with Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. 352 pp. with 230 ills. (54 col.). 21 x 17 cm. ISBN 2858508259 In French; two essays also in English.
Accompanying an exhibition composed largely of works featured in the 1994 Morris retrospective at the Guggenheim Museum (Worldwide 24425), this catalogue surveys some 200 diverse sculptural objects and other pieces spanning the career of the pioneering American Minimalist (b. 1931), including his "primary structures," felt sculptures and performance works of the 1960s as well as installations, environmental projects and ornately framed abstract paintings produced over the past two decades. Two new essays (presented both in French and in English) discussing the emotional, anti-rationalist orientation of the artist's early work and his exploration of apocalyptic themes in his paintings of the 1980s are supplemented by a recent interview with Morris, an extensive biographical chronology, and three previously published texts (two of them drawn from the New York catalogue).
Artist(s):Morris, Robert
Indexing: Western — United States — Post-1945 — Sculpture
Plans: 02,03,19,20,22
Worldwide Number: 025169
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