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ISBN 10: 0892071109, ISBN 13: 9780892071104. Published by Guggenheim Museum Pubns, New York, 1993. Used Condition: Very Good Book Hardcover. From WILLIAM BLAIR BOOKS (Richmond, VA, . Price: US$ 2. 0 Convert Currency. Publisher: Guggenheim Museum Pubns, New York. Publication Date: 1993. Book Condition: Very Good Book. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good Dust Jacket. Book Type: Dust Jacket in Mylar Cover. Synopsis: Explores the fascinating and tantalizing work that has won Horn two decades of critical attention in Europe and America.
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Artwork page for ‘Finger Gloves’, Rebecca Horn, 1972 Horn has described how wearing these gloves altered her relationship with her surroundings, so that distant objects came within her reach: ‘the finger gloves are light. I can move them without any effort. Feel, touch, grasp anything, but keeping a certain distance from the objects. The lever-action of the lengthened fingers intensifies the various sense-data of the hand; I feel me touching, I see me grasping, I control the distance between me and the objects. Finger Gloves, by the German artist Rebecca Horn, consists of two black prostheses, each with five thin, rigid, metre-long ‘fingers’ made out of wood and fabric. Each prosthesis is designed to be worn on the hand of a performer, attached to the wrists with black straps. The performer’s fingers control the fingers of the prostheses, as Horn has explained
Germano Celant (born in Genoa, 1940) is an Italian art historian, critic and curator who coined the term "Arte Povera" (poor art) in 1967 and wrote many articles and books on the subject. Germano Celant attended the University of Genoa, where he studied history of art with Eugenio Battisti.
Interviews with Rebecca Horn by Germano Celant and Stuart Morgan, essays by Giuliana Bruno, Germano Celant, Katharina Schmidt, and Nancy Spector. Exh. cat. Essay by Diane Waldman, chronology by Clare Bell. Texts by Jan Avgikos, Jennifer Blessing, Cornelia Lauf, Nancy Spector, et al. 298 pages. Guggenheim Museum: Thannhauser Collection. Essays by Vivian Endicott Barnett, Fred Licht, and Paul Tucker, catalogue by Vivian Endicott Barnett. Giuseppe Santomaso: Lettere a Palladio.