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WESTERMANN, H. C.; VELAZQUEZ, Beatriz (cur.)
H. C. Westermann: Goin’ Home

This publication reflects on the work of the American artist Horace Clifford Westermann (1922-1981), who assembled a distinctive and singular body of sculptures. His works were predominantly made from wood through his masterly command of carpentry and cabinetmaking, yet he also used other techniques and materials such as metal, glass and enamelling with incredible precision. Without adhering to one particular style, Westermann was a maker of objects, of separate pieces: his sculptures, laden with meaning, often irony, result from the processing of experience, coalescing to yield specific fragments of reality. [publisher’s note]

With essays by Dennis Adrian, Jo Applin, Beatriz Velázquez, Diedrich Diederichsen, and Ana Merino.

Published by Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, 2019
Design by Jaime Narváez
Monographs

Price: 38€

WESTERMANN, H. C.; VELAZQUEZ, Beatriz (cur.) - H. C. Westermann: Goin’ Home