DescriptionFor nearly six decades, Larry Bell has been capturing light - in glass, on paper, or with Mylar sheets. This book traces Bell's innovative experiments - from his roots in Venice Beach to this most recent forays into public sculpture. It pays special tribute to the architectural, spatial and design explorations Bell undertook during the 60s, 70s, and 80s - experiments that often took the form of ephemeral and immersive installations. Generously illustrated, this book reveals how Bell explored the technological possibilities made available in postwar America, and asserts his position as one of America's most adventurous living artists.
2 September 2019
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