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Curators' Focus: Turning in Context : Physical, Emotional, Spiritual,…

by Albert B. Lecoff

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Exhibition Catalogue

Curators' Focus: Turning in Context is an exhibition that presents the work of contemporary lathe-turning artists from around the world. It was curated by Maria van Kesteren, David Revere McFadden, Bruce Metcalf, and Mark Richard Leach and was organized around the four contexts of the physical, emotional, spiritual, and intellectual, as they relate to lathe turning.

The curators selected 51 works by 39 artists that they felt exemplify the lathe-turning field today and point to areas of future growth. This catalogue contains color photographs of all the artwork in the exhibition, along with the artists' statements and resumes. Also included are essays on the lathe-turning field by each of the four curaotrs and three experts.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:16:31 -0400)

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