This booklet presents the work of this British sculptor who for many years has endowed objects with properties they don’t naturally possess, especially the ability to walk. From adapted ‘ready-mades’ like the Bentwood Chair, through abstract spinning forms, to the disconcerting rabbit sculptures that form Lewis’s latest obsession, Reichardt highlights his individuality and consistency amidst changing artistic fashions. 26 black and white plates plus 7 ‘tracing paper’ overlay images.
Format: 32pp paperback
Publisher: National Museums Liverpool (2004)
ISBN: 1902 700 260
Dimensions: 210 x 171 x 5mm