Craft and concept : the rematerialization of the art object / by Matthew Kangas.

Title: 
Craft and concept : the rematerialization of the art object / by Matthew Kangas.
Author/Artist: 
Kangas, Matthew.
Publisher: 
New York : Midmarch Arts Press, 2006.
Description: 
460 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 23 cm.
Format of Material: 
Books
Bib ID: 
93067
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Location: 
Stacks
Call Number: 
TT145.K16
Notes: 
Collection of the author's essays and magazine articles published between 1981-2006.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 433-445) and index.
Contents: 
Pt. 3. Glass: American studio glass since 1945: from Cold War to hot shop --
Glass as element: five artists --
Buster Simpson: throwaway glass --
Toots Zynsky: the climate of color --
William Morris: paleoglass --
Therman Statom: installing space --
Containing space: Ginny Ruffner's installations --
Metamorphosis: glass sculptures by Lynda Benglis --
Daniel Clayman: the object is image --
Glass in public art today: preservation, renovation, innovation --
Paul Marioni: the visitor --
Robert Kehlmann: aspects of meaning --
Marvin Lipofsky: concealing the void --
Femcluster: a new paradigm --
Robert Willson: image-maker --
Bertil Vallien: somna vakna --
Vision quest: Native American glass --
Benjamin Moore: the translator
Pt. 5. Two American masters: Rudy Autio: Montana artist --
Dale Chihuly: unfinished odyssey.
ISBN: 
1877675563 (pbk. : alk. paper)
187767558X (hardcover : alk. paper)