Piet Stockmans: Monograph
An emancipator of porcelain, Piet Stockmans has freed this material to be a purely artistic means of expression. The Belgian artist first defunctionalized tableware, then created installations with porcelain on walls and floors, and finally introduced the human body into his oeuvre. This book is the first extensive monograph on the artist.
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