Ken-Price-catalogue

Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective

Stephanie Barron  with Lauren Bergman.  Contributions by Frank O. GehryDave HickeyPhyllis Tuchman, and Malin Wilson-Powell. Photography by Fredrik Nilsen.

Hardcover: 288 pages
Publisher: Prestel USA
List Price: $75.00

Ken Price (1935-2012) was a remarkably innovative sculptor who, working primarily in ceramics, created an enormous diversity of stunningly aesthetic objects in a career spanning 50 years.  This monograph, published in conjunction with a 2012 retrospective of the artist’s work at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), traces Price's career from funky translations of “low art” commercial ceramics in the 1960s to the iconic abstractions of sensual form and luminous color that dominate his late work.  Authored by LACMA Senior Curator of Modern Art and AICA-USA member Stephanie Barron, this monograph features many incisive texts, including an essay by AICA-USA Board Member Phyllis Tuchman.

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