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Esculturas/Sculptures

Artist
David Bestué
Price
$23.00
Date
2013
Publisher
Biel Books
Format
Catalogues
Size
14 × 21 cm
Length
132 pages
Genre
Sculpture
Description

This book compiles and catalogues fifty sculptures by the artist David Bestué. With a classic design, the book is organized in three sections. The first one includes a series of studio photographs of the artist’s small and medium format sculptures. The second chapter includes the diagrams and schemes elaborated by Bestué and which define the material and often the contents with which each of the sculptures is filled. The third part is a literary epilogue by the writer Agustín Fernández Mallo.

Edition and design: Gabriel Pericàs
Photographs: Mirari Echávarri
Translation: Gabriel Pericàs y Simon Williams
Text in both Spanish and English.

  1. Esculturas/Scuptures
 

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