Oral History and Art: Sculpture contains extended, in-depth interviews with some of the leading figures in twentieth-century sculpture - Alexander Calder, Judy Chicago, Walter De Maria, Donald Judd and Robert Smithson - drawn from oral history transcripts in the collection of the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Containing the complete transcripts of unique interviews with ground-breaking artists whose work has profoundly changed both our understanding of the world and the course of art itself, these texts are essential reading for anyone involved in the study of the creative process.
In the immediacy of everyday conversation, the personality of each artist is explored, providing unique insights into their artistic influences, working processes, personal lives and formative experiences.
Interview with Alexander Calder
26 October 1971, Perls Gallery, New York City
Interview with Judy Chicago
7-8 August 2009, Belen, New Mexico
Interview with Walter De Maria
4 October 1972, New York City
Interview with Donald Judd
3 February 1965
Interview with Robert Smithson
14 and 19 July 1972, New York City
Oral History and Art: Sculpture
Size: 156 x 234mm
Editions: £39 [paperback]
ISBN: 978-1-910144-65-7 [paperback]
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