Penelope Curtis and Grégoire Pujade-Lauraine take us on tactile journeys through the symbols and textures of the contemporary city illuminated by their unique critical and artistic perspectives. Curtis examines the wall as a locus of innovation in architecture and sculpture over the post-war years, encompassing a range of dazzling work by Anni Albers, Marcel Breuer, Donald Judd, Mary Martin, and Henry Moore, among many others. Pujade-Lauraine offers a riddling photographic examination of the mysterious figures and shapes embedded on the surface of our cities.
- Double Orbit, Grégoire Pujade-Lauraine (RRP €30)
- The Pliable Plane: The Wall as Surface in Sculpture and Architecture, 1945–75, Penelope Curtis (RRP €35)
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