Often working on the scale of architecture, internationally-renowned Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto creates experiential environments that dramatically alter our surroundings, engage the senses, and invite interaction. For his exhibition at the Nasher Sculpture Center in 2012, Neto continued his exploration of elevated environments and crochet, adding a new element of a complex, interlocking framework of metal structural supports.
A richly illustrated scholarly essay by Nasher Chief Curator, Jed Morse, provides the reader with a detailed narrative of Neto’s career and color images of many of the artist’s past installations offer readers a glimpse of the artist’s productions leading up to his installation at the Nasher Sculpture Center.
Author: Jed Morse; Foreword by Jeremy Strick.
© 2012 Nasher Sculpture Center.
9 X 9 X .25 in. | 48 pages.
34 color, 7 black and white illustrations.
Cover: 4-color printed card with flaps.