Great Meadows

The Making of Here

€ 200.00

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Great Meadows
The Making of Here

Text(s) by Glenn Adamson, Petah Coyne, Maya Lin, Peter Morrin, Julien Robson, Ursula von Rydingsvard, Al Shands, Alyson Shotz, Stephen Vitiello, Betty Woodman, John Yau u.a., Kulapat Yantrasast, Roberto de Leon, Philip Baldwin, Ross Primmer, David C. Morton II, ed. Julien Robson, graphic design by Verena Gerlach

English

2014. 218 pp., 258 ills.

halfcloth, in clothbound slipcase, limted edition

30.40 x 28.50 cm

ISBN 978-3-7757-3775-3

Extraordinary book project with high-quality paper and fold-out plates, enhanced by stamping

Outside Louisville, Kentucky, lies Great Meadows, the home of Episcopal priest and contemporary art collector Al Shands. Completed in 1988, the home that he and his late wife Mary built was designed by architect David Morton and tailored to be as outstanding an artifact as each of the works it houses. The collection, accumulated over a period of thirty-five years, encompasses major handicrafts and ceramic objects and has grown to focus on large-scale sculpture and site-specific commissioned work by Petah Coyne, Sol LeWitt, Maya Lin, Stephen Vitiello, and Betty Woodman.

The volume explores the complex subtlety of Morton’s building, the beauty of the surrounding landscape, as well as the numerous unconventional surprises and tangents within the collection, which testify to the Shands’s expertise and unerring intuition.

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