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Julie Speidel : the center holds

Author: Matthew Kangas; Rock Hushka
Publisher: [Vashon, Washington] : [Speidel Studio LLC] in association with Tacoma Art Museum, Seattle, WA : Distributed by University of Washington Press [2018] ©2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In this richly-illustrated monograph, the art of Julie Speidel is seen as one of myth and materiality, encompassing the creation more than four decades of numerous objects that inhabit a variety of locales and fulfill a wide variety of purposes. She has created sculpture in many different media and a variety of scale, as well as an impressive body of prints. Achieved by an indomitable creative will, Speidel's  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Julie Speidel; Julie Speidel
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Matthew Kangas; Rock Hushka
ISBN: 9780692991251 0692991255
OCLC Number: 1031544804
Description: 231 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 31 cm
Contents: Foreword / Rock Hushka --
Introduction : nomad, artisan, artist --
1. Origins : adornment and monument --
2. Transitional objects --
3. Sentinel and site --
4. Prints : sculpture as subject --
5. Intimate moments : sculpture, fountains, furniture --
6. Projects : event, occasion, and nature in the urban environment.
Other Titles: Center holds
Responsibility: by Matthew Kangas ; foreword by Rock Hushka.

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"In this richly-illustrated monograph, the art of Julie Speidel is seen as one of myth and materiality, encompassing the creation more than four decades of numerous objects that inhabit a variety of locales and fulfill a wide variety of purposes. She has created sculpture in many different media and a variety of scale, as well as an impressive body of prints. Achieved by an indomitable creative will, Speidel's accomplishments are inspired by an affinity for mythology, and allude to ancient cultures while also being deeply informed by extensive personal travel from childhood to the present. Although the collected signs and imagery of her work are steeped in earlier cultures, the working vocabulary is uniquely hers. This aspect of her art anchors her in a more recent tradition, that of twentieth-century modernism: abstracted, suggestive, and referential."--

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