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Nauman, Bruce. A Rose Has No Teeth Bruce Nauman in the 1960s

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As a contemporary and some would say a predecessor to Acconci, Burden and Jonas, Bruce Nauman used his body as an extension of sculpture.  As the story goes, Nauman had a revelation during a Thibaud painting class at Davis where the studens sat in a circle drawing the model in the middle--it didn't make sense to him.  From that point on, Nauman chose his body as the subject material for his art.

In A Rose Has No Teeth Bruce Nauman in the 1960s, author Constance M. Lewallen presents the reader with an Thorough and expert survey of Nauman's production during the 1960s.  

-Hardcover

-235 pp. Color plates and illus.

-23.5 x 23.5 x 2 cm.

-2007, University of California, Berkeley

SKU #AC15520

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