Lenore Tawney A Retrospective

Lenore Tawney



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American artist Lenore Tawney (1907-2007). Tawney, known as a pioneer in the 50s, who established the traditional weaving technique as fiber art. After that experimental creation, in the second half of the 50s, he created a tapestry that exceeded the concept of weaving and was suspended in space. Geometric and monumental Tawney's work has been elaborated in detail, but we have made it possible by weaving techniques and craftsmanship. When I moved from Chicago to Manhattan in 1961, I was inspired by avant-garde art and began to rebuild my own tapestry, and the work changed from weaving to mixed media collages and assemblages. . This book is a retrospective introduction to Tawney's work, with retrospectives and subtitles, and includes 50s fiber art collages and 3D works from the 1950s.
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