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by Sophie Bowness

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ISBN:
1849763305
ISBN13:
978-1849763301
Author:
Sophie Bowness
Publisher:
Tate (May 3, 2016)
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Pages:
304 pages
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1758 kb
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1943 kb
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4.2

This first collection reveals the remarkably eloquent writings and conversations of sculptor Barbara Hepworth (1903–1975).

This first collection reveals the remarkably eloquent writings and conversations of sculptor Barbara Hepworth (1903–1975).

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Barbara Hepworth: Writings and Conversations is a witty and satisfying read. Sophie Bowness is an art historian and trustee of the Hepworth Estate. Artist Barbara Hepworth. Dimensions 2. x 20 cm. Author Sophie Bowness. The book is full of small, brilliant revelations. On a larger scale the collection prompts a rethink of any clichés to which we might have settled, over the years, about Hepworth and her work.

Barbara Hepworth's work and ideas are illuminated in her own lucid and eloquent words in this first collection of her writings and conversations. It is a surprisingly large body of work, and it spans almost the whole of Hepworth's artistic life. Alongside the writings are Hepworth's lectures and speeches, a selection of interviews and conversations with writers and journalists, and radio and television broadcasts.

Barbara Hepworth’s work and ideas are illuminated in her own lucid and eloquent words in this first collection of her . Other Titles of Interest. Barbara Hepworth: Writings and Conversations.

Barbara Hepworth’s work and ideas are illuminated in her own lucid and eloquent words in this first collection of her writings and conversations. It is a surprisingly large body of work, and it spans almost the whole of Hepworth’s artistic life. From the publisher: Barbara Hepworth’s work and ideas are illuminated in her. Country of Publication.

For a comprehensive compilation of Hepworth’s writings, both published and unpublished, together with selected interviews and broadcasts, see: Sophie Bowness (e., Barbara Hepworth: Writings and Conversations, London., Barbara Hepworth: Writings and Conversations, London, 2015 (Tate Publishing). Quotations from Barbara Hepworth's Writings. about Barbara Hepworth. Alan Bowness: Life and work. Sophie Bowness: Barbara Hepworth and St Ives. Sophie Bowness: The late marble carvings of Barbara Hepworth. Extract from Hepworth's statement in the series 'Contemporary English Sculptors', The Architectural Association Journal, London, vol. XLV, no. 518, April 1930, p. 384.

Writings and Conversations. This first collection reveals the remarkably eloquent writings and conversations of sculptor Barbara Hepworth (1903–1975). A surprisingly large body of work, it spans almost the whole of Hepworth’s artistic life.

Authors: Bowness, Ms. Sophie. Her publication Hepworth's Writings and Conversations was first published by Tate in 2015. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 16 brand new listings.

This first collection reveals the remarkably eloquent writings and conversations of sculptor Barbara Hepworth (1903–1975). The compilation finally makes available previously out-of-print and inaccessible writings, and includes a significant number of unpublished texts. A surprisingly large body of work, it spans almost the whole of Hepworth’s artistic life. Her gift for language and desire to communicate to a public are evident throughout. Alongside the writings are Hepworth’s lectures and speeches, a selection of interviews and conversations with writers and journalists, and radio and television broadcasts. The collection sheds new light on Hepworth’s life, her artistic practices, the sources of her inspiration, the breadth of her intellectual interests, and her deep engagement with contemporary politics and society, from the United Nations to St. Ives. Images include replications of the sculptor’s manuscripts and archive photographs from Hepworth’s own collection.