Just off the press “100 Sculptors of Tomorrow” by Thames & Hudson presents a fresh and up to date look on what’s trending in scupture and installation – along the way answering the question of how to find the most promising emerging artists at work in a rapidly transforming medium. Bypassing traditional art world channels, 100 Sculptors of Tomorrow is the culmination of a major, democratic open call for up-and-coming sculptors.
From thousands of entries, an internationally renowned jury has identified the most exciting names in sculpture today, all showcased in this beautifully illustrated, authoritative book.
Featuring a selection of the finest emerging sculptors worldwide, 100 Sculptors of Tomorrow guides the reader with biographical summaries and first-hand artist testimonies, as well as recommended reading and jurors’ insights.
Following the much-respected 100 Painters of Tomorrow, which launched the careers of artists including Michael Armitage, Yelena Popova and Herman Chong, 100 Sculptors offers another powerful platform for artists and a fascinating, visually breathtaking experience for readers.
100 SCULPTORS OF TOMORROW
THAMES & HUDSON
Kurt Beers & Richard Cork
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