Distributed for Scheidegger & Spiess
This book takes a close look back at Hächler’s art from a contemporary prespective. It features nearly forty of his sculptures, newly photographed for the book, alongside a thoughtful essay by art historian Martino Stierli setting his art in its postwar Swiss context and a piece by curator Sabine Schaschl with his widow and daughter exploring his life and inspirations.
96 pages | 52 color plates, 35 halftones | 8 x 12 | © 2016
Art: Art--General Studies