A pioneering Austrian exponent of contemporary art jewelry, Helfried Kodré learned goldsmithing in the 1960s while studying art history. In the mid-70s Kodré abandoned goldsmithing, then re-emerged in the early 1990s as a jewelry artist, eschewing his earlier bent for natural symbolism and organic allusions in favor of geometric articulation-the play of volumes and their relationships in a rhythm of expansion, opening, and overlapping. In German and English, with 167 color photos and drawings, this book looks at Kodré's newer period, describing jewelry pieces and freestanding sculpture.
Sayfa Sayısı: 96
Baskı Yılı: 2014
Yayınevi: Arnoldsche Art Publishers