Fine. 4to. 2007. Catalog for the May 3-June 9, 2007 Exhibition shown at PaceWildenstein in New York City. FINE. A fresh, clean softcover in pristine condition. A beautifully produced and an exceptionally striking catalog. Over 30 color photographs, many as two-page spreads of works by Tim Hawkinson, ranging from the tiny Feather, made of hair and superglue to his enormous Leviathon, a dinosaur cleverly crafted from Sculpey, Magic modeling clays and steel. Rubber, plastic bags, bondo, aluminum foil, inkjet printing, fabrics-a weird variety of materials are transformed into amazing creations. Introductory 8-page essay, "The Autonomy of an Artist: " by John Yau. Bound in a vivid thick paper cover, with deep folded flaps-printed in vivid pinks with thermographed pale pink patterning on front cover, the spine in silver ink. 9 x 11"; 80 pages.
New. 79 pages with 24 illustrations in color. Includes an essay by John Yau, "The Anatomy of an Aritst". Published on the occasion of the exhibition from PaceWildenstein Gallery, New York NY May 3-June 9, 2007. List of Works.
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