Norbert Kricke – Raum–Linie / Space–Line
160 pages, 28.3 x 24.6 cm , 1098 g.
Norbert Kricke – Raum–Linie / Space–Line
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Norbert Kricke (1922-1984), one of the most important and radical sculptors of the second half of the twentieth century, is today among the classics of modernism. His central means is the 'line', which he organizes in the drawings as a graphic trace, and in the sculptures by means of steel wires of various thicknesses. Kricke repeatedly and nearly continuously used the term Raumplastik to name his works. The sculptures fundamentally interact with the concrete interior and exterior spaces.

The exhibition catalogue gives an insight into a body of work that in its coherence and its diversity, in its radicalness and humanistic claim, can nearly only be compared to that of the most well known Alberto Giacometti.

The publication includes numerous illustrations, essays, a detailed biography and a photographic interpretation of the dialogue between the sculptures of Norbert Kricke and the museum architecture.
EditorRoland Scotti
LanguageEnglish, German
Illustrationswith num. ills
ContributorsGottfried Boehm, Bernd Jansen et al.
Type of bookExhib'publication
Museum / PlaceMuseum Liner Appenzell
Article IDart-09517


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