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- DescriptionIvan Navarro is kwn internationally for his sociopolitically charged sculptures of neon and fluorescent light. The sculptures and installations of Ivan Navarro grow out of the legacy of minimalism and modern design, but they subvert the cool detachment of their forms with pointed sociopolitical critique. Born in Santiago, Chile, in 1972, Navarro grew up under Pichet's brutal military dictatorship. In order to better understand this dark history, Navarro uses light--a symbol of hope and truth--as his medium, constructing chairs, ladders, doors, and even shopping carts out of neon and fluorescent lights. With their ambient glow and live current, the works are equally seductive and unnerving. In this first mograph on the artist, Cay Sophie Rabiwitz considers the personal stories underlying Navarro's sleek, industrially produced works. In conversation with Hilarie M. Sheets, Navarro discusses his relationship to modernism, minimalism, and language.
- Author BiographyCay Sophie Rabinowitz is cofounder and editor of Fantom, a quarterly journal on photography. She was previously artistic director of Art Basel and U.S. senior editor of Parkett. Hilarie M. Sheets is an art critic and a frequent contributor to ARTnews.
- Author(s)Cay Sophie Rabinowitz,Hilarie M. Sheets
- PublisherRizzoli International Publications
- Date of Publication15/10/2013
- SubjectIndividual Artists / Art Monographs
- Place of PublicationNew York
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintSkira Rizzoli
- Content Note300 Colour and Black and White
- Weight1429 g
- Width229 mm
- Height279 mm
- Spine25 mm
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