Ruth Asawa: Life's Work

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Tamara H. Schenkenberg
Yale University Press, Jan 1, 2019 - Art - 158 pages
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Bringing together works from across Asawa's career, this expansive and beautifully illustrated volume examines her output both as an artist and as a passionate advocate for arts education.
 

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This book is a catalog to accompany a retrospective of Ruth Asawa;s work at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation. It showcases a lot of Asawa's art and also illuminates aspects of her life and experience ... Read full review

Contents

Directors Foreword
6
San Francisco Housewife and Mother
35
Transparency and its Other
45
Evolution of Form
130
Exhibition Checklist
146
Lenders to the Exhibition
152
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Tamara H. Schenkenberg is curator at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation in St. Louis.

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