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Gillian White

Dance in Steel. 40 Years Work

Essays by Sabine Altorfer, Anne Blonstein, Uli Däster, Jochen Hesse, Erica Pedretti and Frieda Vogt-Baumann.

British-born sculptor Gillian White has gained wide recognition for her f monumental steel sculptures, the majority of them commissioned for public spaces in Switzerland. White’s unique contribution to contemporary Swiss sculpture has never been examined until now. Gillian White. Dance in Steel focuses on her public sculptures and her art-in-architecture works, as well as her paintings and small, playful sculptures. Many of Gillian White’s abstract shapes are informed by her early education at the Elmhurst School of Dance in Camberley, Surrey, and her life-long interest in contemporary dance. The many rich images of her precisely composed works are complemented by critical essays and personal texts by art writers and contemporaries. Gillian White. Dance in Steel will be a beautiful introduction to the oeuvre of one of Europe’s most significant contemporary sculptors.


160 pages | 124 color plates, 30 halftones | 12 x 10 1/2 | © 2009

Art: Art--General Studies


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Table of Contents

Anne Blonstein
   Poem
 
Patricia Nussbaum
   Preface
 
Uli Däster
   Gillian White - An Overview of her Work
   Work 1
 
Frieda Vogt-Baumann
   Literary Horizons and Symbolic Traces
 
Jochen Hesse
   As I Like It
   Work 2
 
Sabine Altorfer
   All is Dancing
   Work 3
 
Uli Däster
   "With Minimal Respect for Walls"
   Work 4
 
Erica Pedretti
   The Phenomenon - Gillie
 
Appendix
Gillian Louise White - Biography
Installations in Public Spaces
Exhibitions
Bibliography
Awards
Authors
Acknowledgements
Photo Credits

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