The catalogue from the exhibition Carl Andre. Sculpture as Place, 1958–2010 assembles a broad selection of work by the artist and poet Carl Andre (Quincy, Massachusetts, 1935), including his most influential works, produced with metallic plates, levers, ribbons and slopes, and lesser-known pieces, such as the works entitled Dada Forgeries. By the same token, this publication presents a compilation of thirteen texts, a conversation held between Andre and Phyllis Tuchman in 1976 and a diagram presenting a general vision of the different materials he used in his sculptures over the course of his career. This documentary work also contains a reference to the significance of the artist’s sculptural practice and its relationship with Minimalism, Land Art and Conceptual Art, as well as a reflection on the strong presence of language throughout his body of work.
Christophe Cherix, Manuel Cirauqui, Brooke Holmes, Vincent Katz, Marjorie Perloff, Arnauld Pierre, Yasmil Raymond, Alistair Rider, Anne Rorimer, Phyllis Tuchman, Philippe Vergne, Mika Yoshitake