Of Thread and Fiber

“Fiber” is a brilliant survey that examines the evolution of fiber art over the past 40 years. From early pioneers like Shiela Hicks to contemporary artistic practices involving immersive spaces.

Featured artists:
Magdalena Abakanowicz, Olga de Amaral, Xenobia Bailey, Alexandra Bircken, Jagoda Buić, Alexander da Cunha, Ria van Eyk, Josh Faught, Elsi Giauque, Françoise Grossen, Eva Hesse, Sheila Hicks, Diane Itter, Ritzi and Peter Jacobi, Naomi Kobayashi, Beryl Korot, Ruth Laskey, Aurèlia Muñoz, Ernesto Neto, Sheila Pepe, Robert Rohm, Ed Rossbach, Kay Sekimachi, Alan Shields, Sherri Smith, Jean Stamsta, Lenore Tawney, Rosemarie Trockel, Piotr Uklanski, Faith Wilding, Anne Wilson, Haegue Yang, Claire Zeisler > MORE

 


Fiber: Sculpture 1960-Present

Editor:    Jenelle Porter
Text by:    Glen Adamson, Sarah Parrish
ISBN:    9783791353821
Publisher:    Prestel
Publ. year:    2014
Language:    English
Pages:    256
Illustrations:    125 colour, 40 b/w
Width x height:    248 x 300 (mm)
Binding:    hardcover
Weight:    1970 g

Exhibition:    ICA Boston; Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus; Des Moines Art Center, Iowa 2014-15

 

Other reading:

Piotr Uklanski: Second Languages - Reading Piotr Uklanski Piotr Uklanski: Second Languages – Reading Piotr Uklanski
Editors:    Donna Wingate, Joseph Berg
Designed by:    Hannes Aechter
Text by:    Geoffrey Batchen, Daniel Baumann, Francesco Bonami, Gavin Brown, et al
ISBN:    9783775737876
Publisher:    Hatje Cantz
Publ. year:    2013
Language:    English
Pages:    208
Illustrations:    111
Mary Schoeser: Textiles - The Art of Mankind Mary Schoeser: Textiles – The Art of Mankind
Author:    Mary Schoeser
ISBN:    9780500516454
Publisher:    Thames & Hudson
Publ. year:    2012
Language:    English
Pages:    568
Illustrations:    1100 colour
El Anatsui: Art and Life El Anatsui: Art and Life
Author:    Susan Mullin Vogel
ISBN:    9783791346502
Publisher:    Prestel
Publ. year:    2012
Language:    English
Pages:    176
Illustrations:    145
Sheila Hicks: One Work - Sheila Hicks at the Mint Sheila Hicks: One Work – Sheila Hicks at the Mint
Editor:    Annie Carlano
Designed by:    Irma Boom
ISBN:    9780300190854
Publisher:    Yale University Press
Publ. year:    2012
Language:    English
Pages:    64
Illustrations:    20 colour accordion-folds
Exhibition:    Mint Museum of Craft and Design, Charlotte 2012
Cara McCarty and Matilda McQuaid: Structure and Surface - Contemporary Japanese Textiles Cara McCarty and Matilda McQuaid: Structure and Surface – Contemporary Japanese Textiles
Authors:    Cara McCarty, Matilda McQuaid
ISBN:    9780870700767
Publisher:    MoMA
Publ. year:    1999
Language:    English
Pages:    104
Illustrations:    67 color, 35 black & white
Exhibition:    MoMA, New York 1998-99
Ernesto Neto: From Sebastian to Olivia Ernesto Neto: From Sebastian to Olivia
Essays by:    Sebastian Preuss
ISBN:    9783935567459
Publisher:    Holzwarth Publications
Publ. year:    2008
Languages:    English, Portuguese, German
Pages:    114
Illustrations:    56 colour illustrations
Exhibition:    OsramHöfe/Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin 2007
Rosemarie Trockel: Drawings, Collages & Book Drafts Rosemarie Trockel: Drawings, Collages & Book Drafts
Editors:    Christoph Schreier, Anita Haldemann
Text by:    Brigid Doherty, Gregory Williams, Christoph Schreier, Anita Haldemann
ISBN:    9783775726139
Publisher:    Hatje Cantz Verlag
Publ. year:    2010
Language:    English
Pages:    164
Illustrations:    234 color
Exhibition:    Kunstmuseum Basel; Kunstmuseum Bonn; Rice Gallery, University of Edinburgh 2010-2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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