Christiane Meyer-Stoll (Ed.)
American minimalist artist from the 1960s Gary Kuehn is featured in the comprehensive retrospective catalog published to coincide with his retrospective at Kunstmuseum Lichtenstein. Created in close collaboration with the artist, this long overdue survey provides insights covering five decades of sculptural, painterly and graphic work in which he explored the transformative power of physical processes and external forces. Interviews, artist texts and over 200 reproductions with emphasis on the 1960s make this book an indispensable document on the artist who participated in groundbreaking exhibitions, Eccentric Abstraction (1966), and When Attitudes Become Form (1969). Collected by numerous museums such as MoMA NY, The Whitney Museum and The Albertina. Texts by curators Cindy Hinant, Christiane Meyer-Stoll, Julian Rose, and republished historic texts by David Gray, Harris Rosenstein, George Segal, Seth Sieglaub and Andreas Vowinckel.
Hardcover / 7 x 10 1/2 inches
350 pp / 70 b&w and 140 color
Retail Price: $89.95
KUNSTMUSEUM LIECHTEN STEIN, GERMANY