4 edition of Sarah Sze found in the catalog.
|Statement||[Jérôme Sans and Jean Louis Schefer].|
|Contributions||Schefer, Jean Louis., Fondation Cartier.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||109,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||109|
|LC Control Number||00010588|
Sarah Sze (American, b) is a contemporary artist who builds installations and sculptures from everyday materials, including found objects, plants, photographs, wiring, and food detritus. Sze constructs her work by hand, building intricate and often gravity-defying towers that fill their exhibition space. The organic and transitional state of her work suggests something in process of Nationality: American. Sarah Sze Ghost Print (Half-life), Oil, acrylic, archival paper, adhesive, tape, ink, acrylic polymers, shellac, and water-based primer on wood x x cm Gagosian Enquire about this workAuthor: Anna Dickie.
For over 20 years Sarah Sze (born ) has produced celebrated works of art, synthesizing a near boundless range of everyday materials into intricate constructions that are both delicate and overwhelming.Sze's latest site-specific installation at the Rose Art Museum,TimekeeperAuthor: Sarah Sze. Featured image, reproduced from Infinite Line, Asia Society Museum's new monograph on Sarah Sze, is the collage work "Guggenheim as a Ruin."In a conversation with Asia Society Museum Director Melissa Chiu, published in the book, Sze comments, "For me the entire experience of viewing a work is always based on a kind of circulation or choreography through the space.
Sarah Sze ’s mesmerizing site-specific installations transform everyday objects into interconnected galaxies of logic-defying instruments of disorientation. Metal rods, colored string, and other linear materials propel the work’s swirling dynamism while simultaneously linking each disparate element to the grander composition. The Bronx Museum of the Arts and the United States Pavilion at the 55th International Art Exhibition - la Biennale di Venezia are pleased to present the website for "Sarah Sze: Triple Point," the official U.S. entry at the Biennale.
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Victorian paintings and sculpture
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Labor participation in defense mobilization
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Land in tropical America
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Political economy of India
With its stunning photography, Sarah Sze makes it clear that the exhilarating and challenging aspect of this artist s work lies in all of its minute details. The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. Read it now Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Cited by: 1.
Sarah Sze (b. Boston,lives and works in New York) has developed a sculptural aesthetic that transforms space through radical shifts in scale, colonizing peripheral spaces, engaging with the history of a building, and altering the viewer's perception and experience of 5/5(4).
Sarah Sze is an artist who uses humble materials to create strikingly original sculptures and astonishingly intricate site-specific installations. Her Sarah Sze book, each of which she constructs by hand, transform everyday objects into gravity-defying works in horizontal and tower-like formations that zig-zag into the heights of the rooms that try to /5.
Here for the first time is the entire record of Sarah Sze's installations, extraordinary and highly acclaimed work. pages with 80 color illustrations. Hardcover with. Sarah Sze (/ ˈ z iː /; born ) is a contemporary artist known for sculpture and installation works that employ everyday objects to create multimedia landscapes.
Sze's work explores the role of technology and information in contemporary life utilizing everyday materials. Drawing from Modernist traditions, Sze's work often represents objects caught in : MacArthur Fellow,US Representative for. "Sarah Sze's extraordinary work is a rare convergence of beauty, passion, energy, and intelligence." —Pauline Willis, Director, American Federation of the Arts "Sarah Sze's sculptures are models of how we think – or don't or don't often think enough – about time and space.
Sarah Sze inhabits architectural spaces with a spider-like thoroughness and ingenuity, weaving fragile webs of glue threads and matchsticks around junctures of commercially-bought ephemera: Q-tips, plastic flowers, beads and baskets, paper goods, and mini-video projectors.
She infiltrates every crevice and corner and explodes off of walls with a construction always. Sarah Sze said that she perpetually collects little things everywhere she goes, so her works can be thought of as autobiographical records of where she’s been.
Her materials include quotidian and even mundane objects, like office supplies, electric lights, fans, water systems, houseplants, birthday candles, Q-Tips, and ality: American.
Sarah Sze. Sarah Sze. Sarah Sze was born in Boston, Massachusetts in Sze builds her installations and intricate sculptures from the minutiae of everyday life, imbuing mundane materials, marks, and processes with surprising significance.
Combining domestic detritus and office supplies into fantastical miniatures, she builds her works, fractal-like, on an. Sarah Sze book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for : Sarah Sze. Siddhartha Mukherjee (born 21 July ) is an Indian-American physician, biologist, oncologist, and author.
He is best known for his book, The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer that won notable literary prizes including the Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction, and Guardian First Book Award, among others.
The book was listed in the "All-Time Nonfiction Books" (the Alma mater: Stanford University (BS). Scientist Siddhartha Mukherjee and sculptor Sarah Sze are about as talented as one couple gets—and both with new books out this month.
His, The Gene (due May 17), is Author: Dodie Kazanjian. For New York multimedia artist Sarah Sze, transferring her complex, textured, visual art to the digital world from the physical, where the works can be experienced and explored, was—not. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Sarah Sze books online.
Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Sarah Sze is an artist redefining sculpture. Siddhartha Mukherjee is a pioneering scientist and author. Together, they may just be the most brilliant couple in : Dodie Kazanjian.
Into this history comes Sarah Sze, But in Notepad, Sze uses book-art techniques to create effects similar to those she usually achieves more fancifully with drinking straws, toilet paper rolls, plants, clementines, tiny lights, whirring fans, and other daily detritus.
Thematically, the printed lines of the writing paper replace the doodads. Since the late s, Sarah Sze's distinctive sculptures have riveted and challenged the contemporary art world. Integrating everyday materials into dynamic, complex installations, Sze's work inhabits the boundary between art and daily life while eloquently finessing the lines between painting, sculpture, and r clustered on ledges, tucked in corners, or stretched across.
Sarah Sze is a contemporary American installation artist. View Sarah Sze’s 41 artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices.
See available prints and multiples, sculpture, and installation for sale and learn about the ality: American. Sarah Sze lives and works in New York.
She has a BA from Yale University, and an M.F.A. from the School of Visual Arts, New York, In Sze represented the United States at the United States Pavilion of the 55th Venice Biennale, and she is currently in the 56th Venice Biennale, All the Worlds Futures, curated by Okwui Enwezor.
Sarah Sze's work attempts to navigate and model the ceaseless proliferation of information and objects in contemporary life.
Incorporating elements of painting, architecture, and installation within her sculpture, Sze investigates the value we place on objects and explores how objects ascribe meaning to the places and times we inhabit.Get this from a library! Sarah Sze. [Sarah Sze; Jérôme Sans; Jean Louis Schefer; Fondation Cartier.] -- "Architecture and the city are at the heart of Sarah Sze's work.
In both the materials she uses and the forms she constructs, her installations are a dizzying metaphor for the urban fabric's shifting."Since the late s, Sarah Sze's distinctive sculptures have riveted and challenged the contemporary art world.
Integrating everyday materials into dynamic, complex installations, Sze's work inhabits the boundary between art and daily life while eloquently finessing the .