New. Well known for her sober sculptures and photographic meditations, Roni Horn (born 1955) has spent the last 30 years developing a body of work that explores the complex relationship between the viewer and the visual experience. The artist frequently installs a single piece on opposing walls or in adjoining rooms, or conversely mounts a series of closely related images in succession, as a vehicle for investigating the issues of doubling and identical experience that inform her overall practice. This volume is published for Horn's second exhibition at Kukje Gallery in Seoul and presents over 15 works ranging from photographic installations to sculptures and drawings. It includes her most recent series such as 'Portrait of an Image '(with Isabelle Huppert) and 'Through 6, ' plus installation shots from important exhibitions throughout the world. Accompanying the many exquisite reproductions is an insightful essay by noted critic and curator Elisabeth Lebovici.
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