30 Years Work [2007]
30 Years Work [2007]
30 Years Work [2007]
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30 Years Work [2007]

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30 Years Work by Daniel Brush [2007]

Fine/As-New.
Hardcover Set in Slipcase; 320 pages
Steidl / Phillips de Pury & Company
9.2 pounds; 10.5 x 3.4 x 13.4 inches
3865214762

Over the course of 30 years working in near seclusion from the mainstream, Daniel Brush has created an unparalleled body of work in painting, sculpture and jewelry. His large-scale canvases and drawings, inspired by the expressive, disciplined gestures of Noh theater and the drama of Modernist painting, integrate Brush's study of Asian philosophy and twentieth-century art. His three-dimensional works, of mesmerizing intricacy, include delicate gold domes, jewel-encrusted objects of fantasy and gold-and-steel sculptures only a few inches high. Brush's rigorous aesthetic is marked by intellectual force, technical mastery and the science of materials: the Chicago Tribune called his work as "subtly moving" as Agnes Martin's. The idiosyncratic, contemplative work gathered in these three volumes records a journey of evolving mastery, and embodies a deeply expressive voice in American art. Brush has had seven solo museum exhibitions, including a retrospective at the Smithsonian and a recent exhibition at the Lannan Foundation.