Rhythm and Geometry

Constructivist art in Britain since 1951

Jon Wood, Andrew Bick

Celebrating the dynamic Constructivist art made and exhibited in Britain over a seventy-year period, this book brings together constructed reliefs and sculpture, kinetic and participatory art, painting and printmaking.
Publication date:
December 2021
Publisher :
Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts
Editor :
Tania Moore, Calvin Winner
Language:
English
Format Available     Quantity Price
Paperback
ISBN : 9781916133686

Dimensions : 265 X 210 mm
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£26.00

Overview
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• The first major book to encompass Constructivist art in Britain since 1951 to the contemporary
• Highly illustrated with new artwork photography
• All artworks are from the Sainsbury Centre collection, the most important collection of Constructivist art in the UK

Rhythm and Geometry: Constructivist art in Britain since 1951 celebrates the dynamic abstract and constructed art made and exhibited in Britain over a seventy-year period. Including constructed reliefs and sculpture, kinetic and participatory art, painting and printmaking, the publication explains the dialogue and collaboration between artists working in radical ways across the generations to continually reinvent Constructivist art.

Rhythm and Geometry is drawn from the collection at the Sainsbury Centre, University of East Anglia.

Featured artists include Robert Adams, Rana Begum, Charles Biederman, Lygia Clark, Natalie Dower, Stephen Gilbert, Adrian Heath, Anthony Hill, Kenneth Martin, Mary Martin, Victor Pasmore, Jean Spencer, Takis, Victor Vasarely, Mary Webb, Stephen Willats, Gillian Wise and Li Yuan-Chia.