|Item type||Location||Collection||Call number||Copy||Status||Date due||Barcode||Item holds|
|High Demand||High demand||Non-fiction||SC COL 2007 (Browse shelf)||1||Available||2014-1273|
|High Demand||High demand||Non-fiction||SC COL 2007B (Browse shelf)||2||Available||2016-0345|
Includes artists' biographies (pages 462-473) and index (pages 478-483).
Bibliography, pages 476-477.
Introduction 1. The figure 2. The body fragmented 3. Strange creatures 4. Post-pop objects 5. Architecture and furniture 6. Cultural diversity 7. Traditional materials 8. Ephemeral effects 9. Inspired by nature 10. Colour, surface and light 11. Memory 12. Clothing 13. Monumentality 14. Installation 15. Gravity 16. Size and scale 17. Accumulation 18. Minimalism Artists' biographies Chronology Bibliography Index.
"Sculpture Today is a survey of the astonishing changes that the art of sculpture has undergone from the 1960s onwards. Written from a global perspective and generously illustrated with almost 500 images, this book takes the reader on a journey through a story of evolving and often revolutionary attitudes to materials, methods and ideas. The result of these explorations is a vast diversity of contemporary art in three dimensions." "As the heyday of Modernism drew to a close in the second half of the twentieth century, artists and critics began to see sculpture as a more vital discipline than painting because of its physical presence and immediacy. Consequently, sculptors journeyed into new realms - encompassing such varied topics as the human body, politics, identity, clothing, architecture , memory, anthropology and creating elaborate environments. Others addressed more traditional subjects - including nature, scale, surface and colour - while nevertheless taking them to unconventional ends."--BOOK JACKET.