Cv/VAR 156 presents a study by Anne Blood the pioneering artist Kurt Schwitters (b. June 20, 1887, Hanover, d.January 8 1948 Kendal) which reviews an exhibition 'Kurt Schwitters in Britain at Tate Britain, January to May 2013. The author explores the collection of 150 collages at the Tate and focuses on 'Merzbau', a late work created in a barn at Elterwater, where Schwitters was exiled, a complex internal sculpture integrated in a wall, forerunner of the modern concepts of art and installation.
The Author: Anne Blood gained a Master of Art in Art History at the Courtauld Institute. She is Assistant Editor of The Burlington Magazine.
ISBN 978-1- 908419-59-0 GBP14.99 210x148mm 42pp colour ill.
BIC AFC Keywords Kurt Schwitters Published 12th March 2013
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