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Fri Mar 21 17:07:27 2014 UTClccn-n831589890.00Barry Flanagan : early works 1965-1982 /0.680.96Barry Flanagan : poet of the building site /226010483Barry_Flanagann 831589899836256292054Barry FlanaganFlanagan, Barrylccn-n85806064Waddington Gallerieslccn-n79058882Pace Gallerylccn-no2008167415Melvin, Joauilccn-nr00020808Tate Britain (Gallery)lccn-nr2004021589Wallis, Clarrielccn-nb97052259Wilson, Andrew1962-lccn-nb2004311212St. Martin's School of Art (London, England)nc-gilbert & georgeGilbert & Georgelccn-n80046785Tate Galleryedtlccn-nr91001281Juncosa, Enrique1961-edtFlanagan, Barry1941-2009Exhibition catalogsCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsFlanagan, Barry,Hares in artSculpture, BritishGreat BritainSculpture, ModernConceptual artIrelandMetal sculptureSculptorsPopular musicHawaiiFlanagan, BarryWelded sculptureMoore, Henry,Paolozzi, Eduardo,Sculpture, EnglishHepworth, Barbara,Caro, Anthony,Kapoor, Anish,Scott, Tim,Deacon, Richard,Nash, David,Cragg, Tony,Songs, HawaiianSculptors--ExhibitionsExhibition catalogsFriendshipEtchingDrawing, AbstractArt, BritishArt, ModernDatabase designChristo,Arnatt, KeithMusic--Instruction and study19412009194119661967196819691970197119721973197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082010201120122205405504730.924NB497.F46ocn693116168ocn693116185ocn693116182ocn693115858ocn693116180ocn762487186ocn693115854ocn693115856ocn693116083ocn693115811ocn693116053ocn693407488ocn693116072ocn693116188ocn693115803ocn762487435ocn867569788ocn693116222ocn691841381ocn693116233ocn314188325ocn076407348ocn314164531ocn723176306ocn312758997ocn844956532ocn313248076ocn691756810ocn313716610ocn313980756ocn446564376ocn442245406ocn440171349ocn440312403ocn799417537ocn742812332ocn663397218ocn693115806ocn691841323ocn691841330ocn691841235ocn691841359ocn691841302ocn691841244ocn691841350ocn691841362ocn691841277ocn461810206ocn693116246ocn0723493891505ocn015652915book19860.76Tate GalleryBarry Flanagan : prints 1970-1983Exhibition catalogs296ocn314188325book20020.33Flanagan, BarryBarry Flanagan - Plastik und Zeichnung, sculpture and drawing : [Kunsthalle Recklinghausen, 5. Mai bis 14. Juli 2002]Exhibition catalogs+-+K035958848221ocn026719798book19920.70Flanagan, BarryThe names of the hare : large bronzes by Barry Flanagan 1983-1990 : with poetry and proseExhibition catalogs191ocn042563160rcrd19920.21Hapa (Musical group)Hapa179ocn496224030book19930.79Flanagan, BarryBarry FlanaganExhibition catalogs94ocn496721500book20060.88Flanagan, BarryBarry Flanagan : sculpture, 1965-2005 : Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh LaneInterviewsExhibition catalogsIncluding over 50 works, this title presents a comprehensive survey of the work of the highly-regarded Irish sculptor, Barry Flanagan+-+271663854632491ocn174087933book19800.81Flanagan, BarryBarry Flanagan : sculptures in stone 1973-197982ocn064005222book19830.29Flanagan, BarryBarry Flanagan, stampe e disegni = Barry Flanagan, prints and drawings71ocn794213393book2011Flanagan, BarryBarry Flanagan : early works 1965-1982Criticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogs"Barry Flanagan was one of Britain's most original and inventive artists and a key figure in the development of British and international sculpture. He is best known for the large-scale bronze hare sculptures that he began producing in the early 1980s and that can be seen in many galleries and public spaces around the world. The success of these pieces has tended to obscure the equally important and very different work that characterised his early period. Made from materials as varied as cloth, plaster, sand, hessian and rope, these works highlight a concern with material properties and processes - a concern that is at the heart of his practice. A contemporary of Gilbert & George, Flanagan studied sculpture at St Martin's School of Art from 1964 to 1966. The exhibition takes this period as a starting point and reveals the impact of this early work on his later development towards casting in bronze, which he began in 1979. This is the first major retrospective of Flanagan's work in London since 1983, and by focusing on his early works, shows how this radical and imaginative artist challenged the very nature of sculpture in his time."--Publisher's website+-+124428903661ocn005533351book19690.95Flanagan, BarryBarry Flanagan : Object sculptures. 7. Sept. bis 12. Okt. 1969, täglich ausser Montags, 10-18 Uhr52ocn716906491book19830.47Barry Flanagan : sculptures : [exposition], Centre Georges Pompidou, Musée national d'art moderne, Galeries contemporaines, 16 mars - 9 mai 1983 : [catalogue]52ocn221510313book19830.47Pace GalleryBarry Flanagan : recent sculpture51ocn038887180visu19900.66Art todayCommentaries on various artists52ocn087951605book19800.47Flanagan, BarryBarry Flanagan41ocn221714026book19940.47Flanagan, BarryDatabase design41ocn257913778book19720.81Arts Council of Great BritainThe new art: [catalogue of an exhibition held at] Hayward Gallery, August 17-September 24, 1972Exhibition catalogs42ocn163169952book19690.23Barry Flanagan, object sculptures : 7. September bis 12. Oktober 196941ocn081292735rcrd20000.10Hapa (Musical group)Surf madness41ocn050295166book19700.92Christo, Barry Flanagan en el CAYC, Centro de Arte y Comunicación : noviembre 1970Exhibition catalogs31ocn604499547book20010.84Flanagan, BarryBarry Flanagan : seeing round cornersExhibition catalogsAn exhibition of works on paper made between 1966 and 1994, many of which relate to his sculptures from this period1722ocn758544664book2011Flanagan, BarryBarry Flanagan : early works 1965-1982Criticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogs"Barry Flanagan was one of Britain's most original and inventive artists and a key figure in the development of British and international sculpture. He is best known for the large-scale bronze hare sculptures that he began producing in the early 1980s and that can be seen in many galleries and public spaces around the world. The success of these pieces has tended to obscure the equally important and very different work that characterised his early period. Made from materials as varied as cloth, plaster, sand, hessian and rope, these works highlight a concern with material properties and processes - a concern that is at the heart of his practice. A contemporary of Gilbert & George, Flanagan studied sculpture at St Martin's School of Art from 1964 to 1966. The exhibition takes this period as a starting point and reveals the impact of this early work on his later development towards casting in bronze, which he began in 1979. This is the first major retrospective of Flanagan's work in London since 1983, and by focusing on his early works, shows how this radical and imaginative artist challenged the very nature of sculpture in his time."--Publisher's website+-+12442890361252ocn071165313book20060.88Flanagan, BarryBarry Flanagan : sculpture, 1965-2005 : Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh LaneInterviewsExhibition catalogsIncluding over 50 works, this title presents a comprehensive survey of the work of the highly-regarded Irish sculptor, Barry Flanagan+-+27166385463241126ocn012984164book19850.66Flanagan, BarryBarry FlanaganExhibition catalogs1105ocn030346661book19930.79Flanagan, BarryBarry FlanaganExhibition catalogs1053ocn053015622book20020.84Flanagan, BarryBarry Flanagan : Plastik und Zeichnung = Sculpture and drawingExhibition catalogs+-+K035958848965ocn010710753book19830.84Flanagan, BarryBarry Flanagan : recent sculpture, October 28-26 November 1983Exhibition catalogs965ocn010724603book19830.70Flanagan, BarryBarry Flanagan : sculptures : Musée national d'art moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Galeries contemporaines, 16 mars-9 mai 1983Exhibition catalogs963ocn030608723book19940.73Flanagan, BarryBarry Flanagan : recent sculpture, [exhibition] April 29-June 30, 1994, the Pace GalleryExhibition catalogs823ocn018221308book19870.76Flanagan, BarryBarry Flanagan : a visual invitation : sculpture 1967-1987Exhibition catalogs801ocn022464039book19900.86Flanagan, BarryBarry Flanagan : September 14-October 13, 1990Exhibition catalogs794ocn010507507book19820.73Flanagan, BarryBarry Flanagan : sculpture : British Pavilion, Venice Biennale, 13 June-12 September 1982, Museum Haus Esters, Krefeld, 10 October-12 December 1982, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, 7 January-20 February 1983Exhibition catalogs441ocn754707396book20110.96Marchesi, RobinBarry Flanagan : poet of the building site393ocn004364073book19700.37Flanagan, BarryBarry Flanagan : sculpture 1966-1976361ocn060744492book20050.95Weber, C. SylviaHenry Moore, Epoche und Echo : englische Bildhauerei im 20. Jahrhundert : Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Anthony Caro, Eduardo Paolozzi, Tim Scott, Barry Flanagan, David Nash, Tony Cragg, Richard Deacon, Anthony Gormley, Anish KapoorExhibition catalogs291ocn555138009book20100.92Flanagan, BarryBarry Flanagan : works 1966-2008Exhibition catalogs242ocn009381358book19800.59Flanagan, BarryBarry Flanagan : sculptures in stone 1973-1979 : [exhibition] : Waddington Galleries 1980242ocn230771719book20080.73Flanagan, BarryBarry Flanagan : sculptures 2001-2008Exhibition catalogs+-+0468490045324231ocn812688699book20120.95McNeff, RichardWith Barry Flanagan : travels through time and Spain211ocn035954627book19960.88Flanagan, BarryBarry Flanagan : estampesExhibition catalogs213ocn046622686book20010.84Flanagan, BarryBarry Flanagan : seeing round cornersExhibition catalogsAn exhibition of works on paper made between 1966 and 1994, many of which relate to his sculptures from this period+-+2716638546324+-+2716638546324Fri Mar 21 15:36:12 EDT 2014batch27262