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Eva Hesse: Transformations – The Sojourn in Germany 1964/65

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After a first meeting with advisor Barry Rosen and Eva Hesse’s sister, Helen Charash, in Cologne in November 1999, the gallery announces the exclusive representation of The Estate of Eva Hesse. The gallery works in close collaboration with the estate on exhibitions and publications such as ‘Transformations – The Sojourn in Germany 1964 / 65’ and on a long-term project to publish Eva Hesse’s diaries.

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Eva Hesse: Transformations – The Sojourn in Germany 1964/65

Regular price
$60.00
Sale price
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| INC. VAT

Language

English / German

Publisher

Walther König / Hauser & Wirth

Publication Date

Nov 2004

ISBN

9783883758008

Pages

119 pages

Size

26 x 21.4 cm

Editor

Hauser & Wirth Publishers

Composition

Softcover in slipcase

The Artist

Eva Hesse

Born in 1936, Eva Hesse was one of the icons of American art in the 1960s, her work being a major influence on subsequent generations of artists. Comprehensive solo exhibitions in the past 30 years as well as a retrospective that toured from the San Francisco MoMA to the Museum Wiesbaden and finally to the Tate Modern in London, have highlighted the lasting interest that her oeuvre has generated. Hesse cultivated mistakes and surprises, precariousness and enigma, in an effort to make works that could transcend literal associations. The objects she produced, at once humble and enormously charismatic, came to play a central role in the transformation of contemporary art practice.
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