Phyllida Barlow
Phyllida Barlow. Sculpture 1963-2015

  • Editor: Fiona Bradley
    Texts by Phyllida Barlow, Fiona Bradley and Frances Morris
  • Language: English
    Hardcover
    255 × 227 mm
    240 pages
  • Hatje Cantz and The Fruitmarket Gallery, in association with Hauser & Wirth
  • 978-3-7757-4011-1
  • July 2015
  • £35 / $60 / €39.80 / CHF 44
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For over 50 years, Phyllida Barlow has created astonishing sculptures and expansive installations. Using simple materials, Barlow’s physically impressive and materially insistent sculptures ask questions about our relationship to objects, and about objects’ relationships to us. Written by Frances Morris and published on occasion of Barlow’s exhibition at The Fruitmarket Gallery, this book charts the progression of Barlow’s career from 1963 to the present day, demonstrating her range in style and approach. Featuring many works reproduced for the first time, this major monograph of Barlow’s work presents more than 100 works as well as installation views from recent shows at Tate Britain, Hauser & Wirth Somerset and the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas. This tome, thus, offers an indispensable resource on the practice of this important British sculptor, who continues to be lauded by artists and critics for her work and her influence on several generations of artists.

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