Enclosure Andy Goldsworthy

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In the early 1990s Andy Goldsworthy was invited to propose a project for Cumbria, a region of outstanding natural beauty where the landscape has been moulded for centuries by agriculture and in particular by sheep-farming. His response was to repair or rebuild a swathe of Cumbrian sheepfolds – with the intention that, wherever possible the folds… Přejít na celý popis

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In the early 1990s Andy Goldsworthy was invited to propose a project for Cumbria, a region of outstanding natural beauty where the landscape has been moulded for centuries by agriculture and in particular by sheep-farming. His response was to repair or rebuild a swathe of Cumbrian sheepfolds – with the intention that, wherever possible the folds would still be accessible to sheep.Among the sculptures are slate works and balanced stones embedded in walls and a series of sixteen folds each containing a massive boulder rolled down from the nearby hillside. By 2006 over forty structures had been completed: it is this extraordinary project that forms the core of Enclosure.This impressive volume is testament to Goldsworthy's lifelong interest in the land, its history and its inhabitants.Andy Goldsworthy, the internationally renowned sculptor, was born in Cheshire in 1956. There are regular exhibitions of his work in Britain, France, The United States and elsewhere. Although he travels all over the world to carry out his commissions, the landscape around his home in south-west Scotland, remains at the heart of his work.

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Nakladatel
Thames & Hudson
datum vydání
15.04.2008
isbn
978-0-500-09336-8
ean
9780500093368
Jazyk
angličtina
Počet stran
192
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