Ernesto Neto : the edges of the world
- Neto, Ernesto, 1964-
- London : Hayward Pub., 2010. and New York : Distributed in North America, Central America and South America by D.A.P.
- Physical Description:
- 154 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 29 cm
- Intimate immensity / Cliff Lauson -- An interview with Ernesto Neto / Ralph Rugoff -- The edges of the world -- Folds, turns, swellings and voids / Moacir dos Anjos -- Commonwealth : Ernesto Neto in the context of architecture / Philip Ursprung -- Barrabola to Mitodengo : selected works 1988-2009 -- List of exhibited works -- List of illustrated works -- Exhibition history -- Public collections -- Further reading.
- "Over the past two decades, Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto has developed a dynamic sculptural practice, creating complex multi-sensory environments that transform viewers' experiences of the spaces they move through. This lavishly illustrated career survey, with essays by Cliff Lauson, Moacir dos Anjos, Philip Ursprung and an interview with the artist by Ralph Rugoff, includes photographs of Neto's dramatic exhibition The edges of the world at London's Hayward Gallery."--Back cover.
- 9781853322846 (pbk.) and 1853322849 (pbk.)
- Published on the occasion of the exhibition "Ernesto Neto: the edges of the world [held at the] Hayward Gallery, London, 19 June - 5 September 2010"
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (page 154).
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