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Juan Munoz: A Retrospective

Juan Munoz: A Retrospective

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Published to accompany Juan Muñoz: A Retrospective exhibited at the Tate Modern, London; the Guggenheim, Bilbao; and the Museu Serralves, Porto. Spanish artist Juan Muñoz (1953–2001) came to international prominence in the mid-1980s with dramatic sculptural installations that placed the human figure in specific architectural environments. His reputation was built on his power to create an intriguing tension between the illusory and the real, the contrasting acts of looking and receiving, and the poignant isolation of the individual within a crowd. The first full-scale retrospective of Munoz's work in the UK, the exhibition and book examine his sculptures, installations, drawings, and performance and sound pieces. The book also features essays by Manuela Mena, Alex Potts, Sheena Wagstaff, and Michael Wood and other contributions by John Berger, Gavin Byars, Alberto Iglesias, James Lingwood, and Richard Serra. 

Publisher: Tate, London, 2008 
ISBN: 9781854377326
Paperback/176 pages/11.5 x 8 in


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