Rizzoli | ISBN 9780847834150
Hardback – 224 pages
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This is the first major monograph on Josiah McElheny, a unique figure among artists of his generation. McElheny's primary medium is glass. Over the last 15 years he has created an extraordinary body of work exploring the relationship between art, history,and narrative. Known for his room-size installations of glass sculptures, the artist’s work is visually and conceptually rich. With contributions by some of the most important writers and scholars today(including curator and writer Louise Neri, art critic Dave Hickey, curator Helen Molesworth, and cosmologist David Weinberg) this is a most comprehensive consideration of the artist’s work.