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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Barbara Hepworth reconsidered.
Liverpool : Liverpool University Press and Tate Gallery Liverpool, 1996
|Named Person:||Barbara Hepworth; Barbara Hepworth|
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Barbara Hepworth; David Thistlewood; Anne MacPhee; Tate Gallery Liverpool.
|Notes:||"Records a Critical Forum held in conjunction with the exhibition 'Barbara Hepworth: a Retrospective', presented at the Tate Gallery Liverpool from 14 September to 4 December 1994"--Page 4 of cover.|
|Description:||ix, 262 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Contested significance in the work of Barbara Hepworth : absolutist and relativist interpretations / David Thistlewood --
Barbara Hepworth : the odd man out? Preliminary thoughts about a public artist / Penny Florence --
Carving and the engendering of sculpture : Adrian Stokes on Barbara Hepworth / Alex Potts --
'Miss Hepworth's stone is a mother' / Anne M. Wagner --
Hepworth and her critics / Katy Deepwell --
Barbara Hepworth and science / Anne J. Barlow --
Hepworth and Gabo : a constructive dialogue / Martin Hammer and Christina Lodder --
From constructivism to reconstruction : Barbara Hepworth in the 1940s / Chris Stephens --
What is left unsaid / Penelope Curtis --
The essential Hepworth? Re-reading the work of Barbara Hepworth in the light of recent debates on 'the feminine' / Claire Doherty --
Casts and continuing histories : material evidence and the sculpture of Barbara Hepworth / Alun R. Graves --
Barbara Hepworth speculatively perceived within an international context / Emma E. Roberts.
|Series Title:||Tate Gallery Liverpool critical forum, v. 3.|
|Responsibility:||editor, David Thistlewood ; critical forum coordinator, Anne MacPhee.|