Mel Kendrick by Dunham, Carroll (CON); Kemmerer, Allison (CON); Princenthal, Nancy (CON); Sultan, Terrie (CON); Weinberg, Adam (CON), 9780847868971
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  • ISBN: 9780847868971 | 0847868974
  • Cover: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 9/29/2020

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Spanning the entirety of the artist's career, Mel Kendrick: Seeing Things in Things charts the singular trajectory of one of the country's most adventurous sculptors.

With more than 100 works representing four decades, this is the definitive monograph on abstract sculptor Mel Kendrick, who first emerged in 1970s New York, where he studied with legends Tony Smith and Robert Morris. At a time when Minimal and Conceptual art dominated, Kendrick forged his own path, embarking on a career-long series of provocative investigations into the fundamentals and possibilities of sculpture, his restless experimentations with form, scale, and materiality realized in wood, rubber, cast paper, or concrete. Essays by Nancy Princenthal, Allison N. Kemmerer, Terrie Sultan, and Adam D. Weinberg, and a conversation between Kendrick and fellow artist Carroll Dunham provide fascinating perspective on forty years of art making in the aftermath of Minimalism.

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