In terms of modern sculpture, there are few artists who can claim the same level of influence as Auguste Rodin (1840–1917) and Hans “Jean” Arp (1886–1966). Rodin’s naturalistic rather than decorative approach to sculpture revolutionized the field in the late 19th century, while Arp prompted another wave of experimentation in the early 1900s with his abstract sculpture. In this volume, the oeuvres of both pioneers are placed in conversation with one another to demonstrate their artistic affinities as well as their creative contrasts.
- 200 pages
- Publisher: Hatje Cantz
- Publishing Date: February 23, 2021
- Dimensions: 11" x .9" x 12.4"