Product Description: For his 2011 exhibition in I.M. Pei's pyramid at the Louvre, British sculptor Tony Cragg installed an immense, swirling, red sun-like structure titled "Versus" at the pyramid's heart. This volume presents this impressive work alongside eight new sculptures...read more
Product Description: Tony Cragg (born 1949) is one of the boldest and most important sculptors of our time. His work is characterized by an immense formal repertoire, which since the 1980s has included transformations of everyday materials alongside traditional sculptural materials such as wood and brass...read more
Product Description: Tony Cragg represented Britain at the 1988 Venice Biennale and took the next year's Turner Prize. He has had major solo shows at the Tate, Corcoran and Centre Georges Pompidou. This monograph on a series of site-specific commissions considers the notions of public collections versus private, and the relationship between artist and patron...read more
9783905701913 | Bilingual edition (Jrp Editions, July 1, 2007), cover price $15.00 | About this edition: Tony Cragg represented Britain at the 1988 Venice Biennale and took the next year's Turner Prize.
Product Description: "The future of sculpture has only just begun. Its potential is greater now than ever before, and its possibilities are just starting. Its language and its forms are just beginning to evolve." So says Tony Cragg, a believer not just in sculpture, but in freestanding, made-from-scratch abstraction...read more
Born in Liverpool in 1949, Cragg abandoned his scientific background to pursue a career as an artist. He exhibited internationally and won the Turner Prize in 1988. His sculpture is diverse in form, material and texture, and ranges from early works in natural elements to large-scale plastic and wood assemblages; from metal spiked pieces to smooth bronzes. The book gives a visual survey of his work dating from the late 1960s, to the present day. Colour plates focus on individual works. Interwoven with the photographs are reflections from the artist himself on his methods and motivations.
Product Description: Tony Cragg embarked on his fine art education in 1969, a time when Minimalism, Land Art, Conceptual Art, and Arte Povera were fresh and present. Those movements marked his artistic beginnings, and thus in his earliest works Cragg started out with found materials, which he stacked, heaped, or spread on to the floor so as to study and analyze their properties...read more
9783933807892 | Richter Verlag, March 1, 2004, cover price $75.00 | About this edition: Tony Cragg embarked on his fine art education in 1969, a time when Minimalism, Land Art, Conceptual Art, and Arte Povera were fresh and present.