Candida Höfer | Architecture of Absence
Designed by Michelle Dunn Marsh
Edited by Andrew Hiller and Constance W. Glenn
Essays by Constance W. Glenn, Mary-Kay Lombino, and Virginia Heckert
This book was published on the occasion of the exhibition Candida Höfer: Architecture of Absence, organized by the University Art Museum, California State University, Long Beach (January 25–April 17, 2005), and the Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, Florida (October 15, 2005–January 8, 2006) and later travelled to the Frye Art Museum (January 21–April 16, 2006).
Höfer has created meticulously composed images of the interiors of public and institutional spaces–spaces marked with the richness of human activity, yet largely devoid of human presence. Architecture of Absence examines Höfer’s unique oeuvre and the relationship of her architecture work to that of the Becher circle.
This publication includes a foreword by Constance W. Glenn, essays by Constance W. Glenn, Mary-Kay Lombino, and Virginia Heckert along with full color illustrations of the exhibition artwork, checklist of the exhibition, and an artist biography.
112 pages, full color illustrations
11.75 x 9.75 in.
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