Princeton University Library Catalog
- Estévez Kubli, Pablo Joaquín, 1953- [Browse]
- Primera edición.
- México : Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 2016.
- 174 pages, xlviii pages of plates : color illustrations ; 16 x 23 cm
- Summary note
- Visual artist and sculptor Pablo Kubli (b. Mexico 1953) presents the planimetric sculpture that takes place in Mexico through the works of different artists. "The expansion of minimalist sculpture in Mexico can be set in the fifties of the last century, however the literature on it is precarious, nowadays there are few studies about its compositional factor. [The book] offers a historical approach through a review of works of the precursors, national and international, addressing art movements such as cubism, minimalism, abstract expressionism and the installation. Following the historical context, works of various contemporary artists are reviewed in this book, which shows both the constructive discovery of the assemblage and the forging of the object of industrial aesthetic that adduces the combination of planes and alternated space, confirming the presence of the planimetric trend." (HKB Translation)--Verso Cover.
- Bibliographic references
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 157-164) and index.
- Presentación / Elizabeth Fuentes Rojas -- Nota preliminar / Agustín Arteaga -- Introducción -- Innovación de la planimetría -- Desarrollos planimétricos -- Revision de esculturas e instalaciones -- Factores compositivos de la instalación -- Epílogo.
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