Manfred Wakolbinger

Inhale—Exhale.—Sculptures, Photographs, Installations, Videos 2012–2019

Manfred Wakolbinger

Distributed for Scheidegger and Spiess

With Contributions by Cornelia Offergeld, Christoph Ransmayr, and Jasper Sharp and a Preface by Alfred Weidinger
184 pages | 826 color plates, 52 halftones | 9 1/2 x 12 1/2
Cloth $45.00 ISBN: 9783858816542 Published February 2020 Not for sale in the UK, Europe, China, and Hong Kong
Trained in metalworking and tool making, Austrian sculptor Manfred Wakolbinger turned to jewelry design in the 1970s and sculpture in the 1980s, creating large-scale sculptures for public spaces. Around this time, he also began working in photography and video with a particular interest in submarines. Even when figurative and concrete, Wakolbinger’s art remains enigmatic, an expression of inner poetry.

Manfred Wakolbinger: Inhale—Exhale features a selection of Wakolbinger’s works in sculpture and photography since 2012, accompanied by essays and a conversation between Wakolbinger and curator Jasper Sharp. The book also features the text “The Beauty of Darkness” by Wakolbinger’s close friend, Austrian novelist Christoph Ransmayr.
 
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