Franz West: The 1990s - Veit Loers and Bernhard Riff

Franz West: The 1990s - Veit Loers and Bernhard Riff

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FRANZ WEST: THE 1990S by Veit Loers and Bernhard Riff

The 1990s proved critical in the development of the idiosyncratic style for which Franz West is still known today. Key innovations from this period―which included the addition of exuberant color to his papier-mâché forms, the incorporation of furniture both as art object and as social incubator, and the inclusion of work by other artists in his own installations―resulted in dynamic, frequently interactive installations that helped to redefine the possibilities of sculpture and the ways in which art is experienced. Published by David Zwirner Books on the occasion of the gallery’s 2014 exhibition, this fully illustrated publication will give an in-depth overview of this decade, arguably the most important of the artist’s lengthy career, and will feature essays by noted West scholars Eva Badura-Triska and Veit Loers.

Hardcover
9 x 0.7 x 11.5 inches
2.1 lbs