Beauty And Violence – Cornelia Parker

Thames & Hudson has just released the first extensive monograph on sculptor Cornelia Parker, one of the most interesting British artists today. Her sculptures and installations carry a complex mixture of beauty and violence.

Cornelia Parker in an interview with Alastair Sooke: “Often in my work I take beautiful objects and do extreme things to them, so that they are overlaid with something a bit more sinister and violent.” She laughs. “I’m sure an analyst could have a field day on me.” > MORE

Beauty And Violence – Cornelia Parker
Editor:    Iwona Blazwick
Text by:    Cornelia Parker
Foreword by:    Yoko Ono
Introduction by:    Bruce Ferguson
Essays by:    Iwona Blazwick
ISBN:    9780500093733
Publisher:    Thames & Hudson
Publ. year:    2013
Language:    English
Pages:    256
Illustrations:    315 colour, 45 b/w

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