A truly great artist and one of my favourites, this book gives real insight to a complex multi-dimensional practice. A wonderful, if hefty, gift!
Conceived in close collaboration with the artist, this updated and expanded monograph survey tracks Olafur Eliasson's artistic practice from the 1990s to the present day, including recent exhibitions at Tate Modern, London (In real life, 2019) and the Beyeler Foundation, Basel (Life, 2021).
Through hundreds of illustrations bracketed by writings on and by Eliasson, this book provides an unparalleled overview of his remarkably accessible output, from such large-scale interactive experiences as The weather project at Tate Modern, London (2003) to smaller, more delicate works on paper or made of glass, and includes photography, painting, and film.
- 30.5 x 23. 8 cm
- 488 pages
- full-colour illustrations
Meet Olafur Eliasson Icelandic-Danish artist Olafur Eliasson is one of the most influential contemporary artists, with works that have been exhibited globally in institutions such as MoMA, Tate, and the Venice Biennale. Deeply concerned with environmental issues and humanity's challenges in recognising and addressing them, Eliasson is well-known for large-scale and immersive projects that aid conceptual understanding through a succinct and uplifting approach to exploring these problems. He works and lives in Copenhagen and Berlin.