Phyllida Barlow: Collected Lectures, Writings, and Interviews

Phyllida Barlow: Collected Lectures, Writings, and Interviews
Library Shelf Location 18.BARL
Publication Date 06 Jul 2021

Alongside her career as an artist, Phyllida Barlow has written, taught, lectured, and been the subject of numerous interviews. This book brings together fifty texts by Barlow – a diverse array of prose, presentations, reflections on artists, and conversations with art-world luminaries, critics, and fellow artists. Edited by Sara Harrison, this reader gives access to nearly fifty years of Barlow’s thoughts on art, making, teaching, drawing, and other artists.

‘Phyllida Barlow’s endlessly fascinating career as a sculptor has been accompanied and informed by decades of reflection, commentary, and debate on the subject of sculpture and contemporary art, making her an important, original, and refreshing voice. In this book, the generosity and candour with which she discusses her own astonishing work is matched by a deep curiosity and empathy towards her fellow artists. Her writings are as revelatory as they are entertaining.’
—Frances Morris, Tate Modern

Conversation partners & contributors:
Phyllida Barlow, edited by Sara Harrison. With contributions by Eric Bainbridge, Daniel Baumann, Lutz Bernhardt, Fiona Bradley, Gary Carrion-Murayari, Robert Enright, Vincent Fecteau, Briony Fer, Tamar Garb, Tyler Green, Mark Godfrey, Julienne Lorz, Frances Morris, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Julia Peyton-Jones, Sophie Raikes, John Reardon, Alastair Sooke, Miles Thurlow, Alison Wilding, and John Yau

ISBN 9783906915487
Quantity 1
Pages 496pp, 24.5 cm x 15.5 cm
Authors Frances Morris, Phyllida Barlow, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Julia Peyton-Jones
Format Paperback
Publisher Hauser & Wirth Publishers
Related Artist Phyllida Barlow
Category Artist (relating to a single artist/collaborative team)
Keywords Abstract sculpture, Large-scale sculpture, Critical Writing
Language English

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