Wim Delvoye: Gothic Works

Wim Delvoye: Gothic Works
Library Shelf Location 18.DELV
Publication Date 2002
Description Wim Delvoye, born in Belgium in 1965, lives and works in Ghent and New York. The artist has gained international recognition through his participation in major exhibitions including the Venice Biennale in 1990, Documenta IX in 1992 and again, the Venice Biennale in 1999. Last Spring at the New Museum of Contemporary Art the artist exhibited his monumental and much acclaimed sculpture, Cloaca, 2000, a complex 33-foot machine that simulates the human digestive function. A new catalogue, Wim Delvoye: Gothic Works, published jointly by Sperone Westwater and Manchester City Galleries (Manchester, England) will accompany this exhibition. This 152 page hardcover catalogue features full-color reproductions of the “Gothic Windows” as well as other new works by the artist. Essays by Edwin Carels, Birgit Sonna, Catherine Francblin and Philip Hoare.
ISBN 0901673595
Quantity 1
Pages 149
Authors Edwin Carels, Philip Hoare, Birgit Sonna, Catherine Francblin
Format Hardcover
Publishers Manchester City Galleries, Rectapublishers
Related Artist Wim Delvoye
Categories Sculpture, Artist (relating to a single artist/collaborative team)
Keywords Insects, Contemporary Gothic
Related Gallery Manchester City Galleries
Artist's Nationality Belgian
Language English
Materials Enamel, Stained Glass

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