Using commonplace materials, monumental scale, and poetic form, Robert Grosvenor (b. 1937, New York) has produced some of the most radically unique sculptures of the postwar period. His works maintains a rich historical dialogue with Minimalism while transcending some of its limitations. Complex and allusive, the sculptures also engage site in unexpected ways, provoking profound aesthetic experiences.
This book is part of an ongoing series for the ICA Miami.
— 96-page exhibition catalogue with texts by Alex Gartenfeld, Bruce Hainley, and Mark Handforth
Designed for the ICA Miami; 9 × 6"; Typefaces: Sabon, Union; Paper: