Publications celebrating the Mark Tanner Sculpture Award.
26 Sept. 2023
Edited by Emma Benyon and Michael Taylor
Published by 'Black Dog Press’ in celebration of 20 years of the Mark Tanner Sculpture Award.
'Thinking is Making: Objects’ in a Space assembles voices of leading figures of contemporary British sculpture as they examine the relationship between the object and its maker within this mediated field. Dr. Jon Wood traces the influence of sculptures and sculptors who have defined the form in recent decades. An illustrated conversation between the award’s winners from 2013 to 2023 illuminates the development of diverse sculptural practices, locating sculpture in a space defined by both volumes of creativity and a dearth of access. And finally, a roundtable discussion between judges Lisa Le Feuvre, Phyllida Barlow, Hew Locke and Mike Nelson speculates on the future of the award, now entering its third decade, as it asks: Who are sculptors today? And what will they make?
Hardback, 28 × 23 cm | 11 × 9 in, 208 pages
Available to buy from Standpoint Gallery at a special launch price £20 (£29.95 RRP)
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28 Feb. 2013
Published by 'Black Dog’ in celebration of a decade of the Mark Tanner Sculpture Award.
The book includes essays by Martin Herbert on the changing role of the object within recent and contemporary sculpture, a short history of sculptural practice as taught at St. Martins School of Art during the 1960s and 70s by Matilda Strang (independent curator) and an introduction and commentary on each of the past winners of the award by Fiona MacDonald (curator Standpoint Gallery).
It is a large format, hardback book of circa 200 pages, with beautiful images
Hardback, 23.11 x 2.29 x 28.19 cm, 192 pages