In her seminal essay "Sculpture in the Expanded Field" fi rst published in 1979, the infl uential art historian Rosalind Krauss redrew the limits of artistic practices by diagramming a number of structural oppositions between sculpture, architecture, and landscape art. Retracing the Expanded Field not only revisits the origins of Krauss' now canonical text but also reexamines its legacy and status against developments in the "expanded practices" of art and architecture over the last thirty years. Numerous illustrations provide the reader with extensive and profound insight into the artwork alluded to by Krauss - for example, Vito Acconci, Carl Andre, Alice Aycock, Constantin Brancusi, Peter Eisenman, Richard Long, Richard Serra, Joel Shapiro, Robert Smithson.
Publisher: Lars Muller Publishers
Number of pages: 160
Dimensions: 165 x 240 mm
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