Library Shelf Location 09.EPST
Publication Date 10 Aug 2021

A lush visual document of the Clark Art Institute’s first-ever outdoor exhibition, featuring the work of six significant contemporary artists working in sculpture today.

A reverence for nature and a desire to further enliven the surrounding trails, pastures, and woods inspired Ground/work—the Clark Art Institute’s first outdoor exhibition—which this book records and situates within the broader context of contemporary sculpture. The six major site-responsive commissions created by Kelly Akashi, Nairy Baghramian, Jennie C. Jones, Eva LeWitt, Analia Saban, and Haegue Yang are documented throughout the seasons, alongside texts that reflect upon and illuminate the individual and collective responses of artists. Process shots and working documents are placed alongside grand single shots of artworks and their landscape contexts. Critical texts represent a wide range of significant voices in the field of contemporary art.

ISBN 9780300257601
Quantity 1
Pages 242
Editors Molly Epstein, Abigail Ross Goodman
Format Hardback
Publisher Yale University Press
Category Public/Landscape Art
Keywords Contemporary Art, Outdoor sculpture, Landscapes
Language English

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