Boaz Vaadia: Sculpture

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Boaz Vaadia: Sculpture

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Essay by Wendy Steiner

Foreword by Tom Moran

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11 X 11 1/2 inches, 180 pages

95 color + 20 halftone illustrations

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Boaz Vaadia, the internationally acclaimed sculptor, has amassed a prodigious body of work over his 40-year artistic career. With Boaz Vaadia: Sculpture, Grounds For Sculpture in Hamilton, New Jersey, will present the first retrospective exhibition of his indoor and outdoor works, a comprehensive presentation of the artist’s journey from abstraction to figuration. Detailing 125 works installed in two buildings and around the 42-acre sculpture park, the exhibition’s color catalogue presents Vaadia’s ritualistic and highly pessonal early works, his later sculptures in stone, slate, and bronze, and his most recent explorations of the ancient genre of bas-relief. With the global recognition his art has received, he continues working at the edge, discovering new possibilities in the constantly shifting grounds of his sculpture. Boaz Vaadia: Sculpture is a celebration of the artist’s long and prolific career, and his unwavering advancement of his art.

Wendy Steiner is the Richard L. Fisher Professor of English at the University of Pennsylvania, specializing in interrelations between visual and verbal art. She is the author of numerous books including The Real Real Thing: The Model in the Mirror of Art (2010) and Venus in Exile: The Rejection of Beauty in 20th-Century Art (2001). Tom Moran is the chief curator and artistic director at Grounds For Sculpture in Hamilton, New Jersey. A sculptor in his own right, he has lectured on public art around the country and has taught at Rutgers University as well as at the School of Visual Arts in New York City.