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The first true monograph on the work of celebrated French conceptual artist and sculptor Bernar Venet
Bernar Venet is one of France's most celebrated living artists. Having emerged from the late 1960s avant-garde scene in New York, Venet developed a personal aesthetic based on an innovative use of mathematics and science, where control, chance, and chaos converge to form a fine equilibrium while investigating their relationship with the environment. Conversant in many media, Venet is mostly known for his monumental outdoor sculptures in major cities worldwide and, in fall 19, his Arc Majeur is due for completion at a site in Belgium - at almost 200 feet in height (60 metres), Venet's sculpture will be taller than New York's Statue of Liberty.Specifications:
Barry Schwabsky is a New York-based poet and a critic who is currently reviews editor at Artforum.
Clare Lilley is director of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park in Wakefield, UK.
Florence Derieux is a writer and curator based in New York. She was previously curator of American art at the Centre Pompidou Foundation.