Book: Roni Horn, 2014

Roni Horn (New York, 1955) is one of the most unique and versatile artists on the contemporary scene. Trained at Yale University, her work spans sculptures, drawings, photography, and installations. The presence of literature is essential in her pieces, which dialogue with the poetry of Emily Dickinson or the texts of Clarice Lispector. Throughout her numerous and regular stays in Iceland, she has developed a series of works in which nature and landscape, isolation and solitude occupy a central place. The catalog brings together the most representative works of the artist and also includes an extensive interview by Julie Ault, artist, writer and one of the co-founders of Group Material, essential to understand the creative processes, references and influences of Roni Horn.


Editorial: Turner


No. of pages:  156

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