This large-scale volume features color photographs, drawings, original sketches and plans chronicling the work of Larry Kirkland, a Washington, D.C.-based designer of public art installations. Larry Kirkland's projects include marble sculptures, fountains, hanging sculptures, wall engravings and entire urban plazas and parks. His work can be found in major institutional buildings, airports and train stations, libraries, cruise ships, and research facilities.
Natural Histories: Public Art by Larry Kirkland covers more than 20 artworks, including projects at the American Red Cross Headquarters, Portland International Airport, New York's Penn Station, California Science Center, Washington Convention Center, and Johns Hopkins University. The book features an introduction by noted art critic Nancy Princenthal.
Publisher: Architecture Interiors Press
Number of pages: 194
Weight: 1220 g
Dimensions: 290 x 242 x 23 mm
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