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Reality Under Siege: A Retrospective

by Smith College Museum of Art (Corporate author), Sandy Skoglund (Illustrator)

Other authors: Linda Muehlig (Contributor), Robert Rosenblum (Contributor), Ann H. Sievers (Contributor), Carol Squiers (Contributor)

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Muehlig, LindaContributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Rosenblum, RobertContributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Sievers, Ann H.Contributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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Sandy Skoglund (b 1946) is established at the forefront of contemporary art in the United States and elsewhere, bridging the boundaries between sculpture, installation art and photography. She is known for her room-sized environments, sometimes peopled with models or mannequins, and often filled with animal sculpures, which also appear in her photographs and prints. This is a retrospective of her work, published to accompany a touring exhibition from March 1998, at Smith College (Skoglund's alma mater) and then, successively over a two-year period, in Ohio (Cincinnati and Toledo), South Carolina (Columbia) and Florida (Jacksonville). Some of the works included in the book were created especially for the exhibition. Setting Skoglund's work in context are an interview with her, and three essays.

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