Liza Lou

Liza Lou

Book - 2011
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Known for her life-size sculptures made entirely of beads, Liza Lou has had audiences and critics spellbound since her debut exhibition fifteen years ago. Liza Lou's sculptures, room-size installations, and performances have been at the center of the art world's bewilderment and awe since the unveiling of her first masterpiece, Kitchen, in 1996. A true-to-size replica of a kitchen in the midst of a museum gallery would hardly cause a stir, were it not for one important fact: the work is made entirely of beads. Eschewing the well-traveled path in art school to embrace the traditional mediums of painting or sculpture, Lou embarked on forging a body of work unlike any that had been seen before in the art world. In the nearly fifteen years since her auspicious debut, Lou's work has developed from realistic room-size tableaux taken from everyday life--such as Backyard and Trailer, among others--to works no less monumental in construction and more sober in their themes, such as Security Fence and Cell. In this comprehensive volume devoted to her work, illustrated with two hundred photographs, writers, critics, and scholars explore her work in depth.
Publisher: New York, NY : Skira Rizzoli, 2011.
ISBN: 9780847834617
0847834611
Branch Call Number: 709.2/LOU
Characteristics: 263 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm.

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