Jean-Marc Bustamante

Jean-Marc Bustamante

by Jean-Marc Bustamante, Jacinto Lageira, Christine Marcel, Marc Perelman
     
 
Since the 1970s, Jean-Marc Bustamante's work has ranged from photographs of cypress trees to geometric sculptures in metal, cement, wood, bricks and glass. The essays collected here explore the powerful tensions inherent in his work: between abstract and representational forms, between natural and manmade objects, between the visual and the corporeal.

Overview

Since the 1970s, Jean-Marc Bustamante's work has ranged from photographs of cypress trees to geometric sculptures in metal, cement, wood, bricks and glass. The essays collected here explore the powerful tensions inherent in his work: between abstract and representational forms, between natural and manmade objects, between the visual and the corporeal.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9782906571440
Publisher:
Editions Dis Voir
Publication date:
09/28/1995
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
6.51(w) x 8.46(h) x 0.46(d)

Meet the Author

Jacinto Lageira, art historian and critic, is senior lecturer at the Sorbonne. He has written several art books. Ulrich Loock, art critic and historian, is director of the Fondation Serralves in Porto, Portugal. He has written several art books. Christine Macel is exhibition curator at the Centre Georges Pompidou. She published another book on Bustamante and coauthored a retrospective of Sophie Calle.

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