Louise Nevelson (1899-1988) is one of the most important sculptors of the last century, famous for her large-scale, monochromatic wood assemblages and outdoor works. Nevelson was born in Czarist Russia--immigrating to the US with her family at the age of three--and had her first solo exhibition at the prestigious Nierendorf Gallery in 1941. This extensively illustrated publication--with 157 images in color--is the first to focus on her collage work. Made throughout her career and every bit as important as her parallel work of the time, Nevelson's collages have been out of the public eye for three decades. With never-before-published documentary images alongside personal essays by Robert Indiana and Bill Katz, this long overdue publication repositions these treasures of art history--as well as the reputation of their creator--for today's audience.
Dear Book Beat Customer,
We are sorry to inform you we are having technical problems with our ordering site.
As a temporary solution we can offer you the options of calling your order to our phone: 248-968-1190
. You can leave a message with your phone and we will look for the item and call you back.
You may also fax an order at: 248-968-3102 or request a Paypal invoice.
Please write "Book Beat Order" in the subject space in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We will respond within one or two days. A new system will be available shortly. We are sorry for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience.
The Book Beat
Shipping charges are customized for each order.
Media Mail in the USA is $3.95 on most orders, insurance is extra and
required on orders over $100.00.
Most overseas orders are $15. and up depending on weight and insurance.