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Edited by Susan Cross. Essays by Susan Cross and Christine Hoffmann.
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One of the most significant artists of the second half of the 20th century, Bruce Nauman has expanded the scope of traditional artistic practice and influenced a generation of artists. He is known for his diverse production, as well as his ongoing investigation of our most basic physical, emotional and psychological states. This exhibition catalogue is a focused selection of works in a range of media, including sculpture, video, holograms, neon and architectural installations, which examines the artist's use of performance devices as a conduit for heightened self-awareness for both artist and audience. Featuring works from the Guggenheim Museum, Panza Collection, and augmented with loans from several German collections, the volume traces the theatrical elements in Nauman's oeuvre, as well as his manipulation of the performer-spectator roles, from the early stages of his career through their evolution in selected later works.
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Book Description Guggenheim Museum, 2003. Paperback. Condition: New. Qto., 72 pages, illustrated. A New copy in the shrink wrap as issued. Seller Inventory # 079381
Book Description Guggenheim Museum, 2003. Soft cover. Condition: New. New book. Text in English and German. Illustrated with many photographs and diagrams. Weight shown does not include packaging. Seller Inventory # 001124
Book Description Guggenheim Museum, 2003. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0892072997