Alfred Hrdlicka – Mahnmal gegen Krieg und Faschismus in Wien
Author: U. Jenni
Price: € 700,00
Graz 1993. Ed. by U. Jenni, 2 vols.:
Vol. 1: 224 pp., 7 colour plates, 208 b/w ill., 21,5 x 30,5 cm, hardbound.
Vol. 2: Das Mahnmal und die Presse. Presented by Th. Scheufele. 318 pp., 21,5 x 30,5 cm, brochure.
Special edition (the edition is limited to 100 copies): with 3 original etchings by A. Hrdlicka (Porträt Erich Fried/1985, Aljechin/1992, Die Anreise/1992).
Between 1983 and 1991, the internationally acclaimed Austrian sculptor, Alfred Hrdlicka, created a monument for the Albertinaplatz in Vienna. It stands forever against war and fascism. This very controversial work is documented in a two-volume publication. In addition to a description of the creation of the monument, more than 200 excellent colour and b/w photographs not only convey an overall view of Hrdlicka’s work of art, but also refer to details that have long been overlooked. – The reaction both of the Austrian and international media to this monument is documented in the second volume.
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