Vera Röhm

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Reaktion Books, 2006 - Art - 199 pages
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Both a sculptor and a photographer, German-born Vera R hm is best known for her unorthodox approach to visual art. Using a repertoire of only elementary geometrical shapes, R hm’s incisions, mutilations, and cross-sections of various materials evoke the very real challenges of restoration and reconstruction. 

Vera R hm is the first comprehensive collection of this contemporary artist’s work to be presented to an English-speaking public. It explores the changing shape of R hm’s art in such installations as Integrations and Shadow Objects, as her photographs of the Jaipur Observatory, and works such as the cube series bearing the inscription “Night is the Earth’s Shadow,” which form part of a significant corpus of work connected with language. Accompanied by essays from renowned poet and critic Eugen Gomringer and the art historian Stephen Bann, Vera R hm is lavishly illustrated with images from her exhibitions.
 

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Contents

Erganzung Integration
13
Aspects of a Gesamtkunstwerk
29
Scaffold Works
84
Shadow
106
Public Works
162
Bibliography
195
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About the author (2006)

Eugen Gomringer was one of the founders of the Concrete Poetry movement and has published many volumes of poetry and essays on poetics. Stephen Bann is professor in the Department of History of Art at the University of Bristol and has published widely in the field of contemporary art. He is coeditor of Interpreting Contemporary Art; the editor of Frankenstein, Creation and Monstrosity; and the author of Paul Delaroche: History Painted, all published by Reaktion Books.

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