Maya Lin: A Biography

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Description

This book provides an informal biography of the wunderkind who became one of America's greatest living artists and most well-known architects.

Many are familiar with the art and architectural design work of Maya Lin, but the compelling details of her personal background are less well known. This book not only focuses upon Lin's substantial achievements throughout her life, but also presents Maya Lin's "prehistory," describing family events in China that led to her parents' flight to the United States.

Author Donald Langmead guides readers through Lin's ancestry and family connections in precommunist China; her childhood and youth in Athens, Ohio; the story behind the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC; her career after 1982 (by decades); and emphasis on environmental conservation. Written for a young adult and general readership, Maya Lin: A Biography provides an up-to-date description of how she became one of the most famous and respected artists in America.


  • Provides a timeline of Maya Lin's significant life events, artworks, and exhibitions
  • Includes various photographs to accompany the text
  • Contains a bibliography organized by types of sources, including writings by Maya Lin, books, monographs and catalogues, transcripts of interviews, and videos
  • Includes an index of important people and artworks

Product Details

Price
£30.00
Publisher
ABC-CLIO
Publish Date
Language
English
Type
Hardback
EAN/UPC
9780313378539

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