Sculpture and Aesthetic Dogma

Getlein, Frank
January 1961
New Republic;1/9/61, Vol. 144 Issue 2, p27
Presents an insight into various sculptures created by sculptor Naum Gabo. Comment on the art theories propounded by Gabo; Account of the evolution of sculptures by Gabo; Comparison of various works of Gabo with that of various other artists; Overview of various dominant forms represented in Gabo's sculptures; Information on an exhibition of sculptures by Gabo.


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