Text by Pamela M. Lee. Interview with Fred Sandback by Kimberly Davenport
Fred Sandback was published on the occasion of concurrent exhibitions featuring the artist’s sculptures and drawings at David Zwirner and Zwirner & Wirth, New York, in 2006-2007. This extensive monograph presents Sandback’s work from the 1960s and 70s, including a selection of his earliest sculptures made with metal and elastic cord, wall reliefs, and large-scale sculptures as well as a rare group of the artist’s Conceptual Constructions from 1969, which are sculptures of typed text. It also includes an extensive selection of drawings spanning four decades of the artist’s career. Comprising 58 plates, this fully illustrated catalogue includes an essay by art historian Pamela M. Lee and an interview with the artist by curator Kimberly Davenport.