6 edition of Sorel Etrog (Architecture) found in the catalog.
by Prestel Publishing
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||168|
Available for sale from Caviar20, Sorel Etrog, Ghost (), Embossed raised lithograph, original frame, 10 × 16 in. Romanian born artist Sorel Etrog was a renowned contemporary sculptor, a member of the Order of Canada () and the designer of the Genie Award, the statuette having originally been named the Etrog Award. Etrog lived and worked prolifically in Toronto for 54 years, where his works of public art are found in profusion.
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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Author: Sorel Etrog. The critical writings around Sorel Etrog are a testament to the provocative power of his oeuvre. There are nearly publications inspired by his work among which one could find: Monographs by important art writers such as the seminal French critic Pierre Restany, former director of the Art Gallery of Ontario, William Withrow, and art.
Sorel Etrog is a career-spanning exhibition that will cast the artist in a new light in his adopted hometown of fifty-four years. It will include his archetypal sculptures as well as drawings, paintings, book illustrations and prints from the AGO’s collection and private collections.
Sorel Etrog (Architecture) Hardcover – November 1, by Pierre Restany (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Hardcover $ 12 Author: Pierre Restany. Sorel Etrog, CM (Aug – Febru ) was a Romanian-born Canadian artist, writer and is best known for his work as aworks by Etrog, Alex Colville and Yves Gaucher represented Canada at the Venice Biennale.
He died from prostate cancer in was aged ReferencesBorn: AugIaşi, Romania. Genre/Form: Catalogs: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Etrog, Sorel, Sorel Etrog.
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Romanian-born Israeli-Canadian artist, writer, and philosopher Sorel Etrog (–) is one of Canada’s most revered artists, famous for his contribution to twentieth-century modern and post-modern sculpture.
Designs the Canadian film award, the “Etrog” (renamed “Genie” in the ’s). Meets Eugene Ionesco in Paris. Monograph by Theodore Allen Heinrich, The Painted Constructions – of Sorel Etrog.
Monograph by Carlo L. Ragghianti Sorel Etrog: Sculptures, Engraving, Lithographs, Documents. The book’s release and the installation of over a hundred drawings, paintings, composites, maquettes, and sculptures life-size and monumental drew Sorel Etrog out from the shadows to assert a commanding presence on the Canadian and international stage.
To a great extent, the artist’s relative anonymity represented a conscious choice. Sorel Etrog was born Sorel Eserik on Augin Iaşi, a large city in the eastern part of what was then the Kingdom of Romania.
He grew up just outside the city, living with his parents, Moriţ (Moshe) and Tony (née Valter), in the home of his paternal grandparents.
In Etrog was commissioned to design the Canadian Film Award that was originally named the Etrog and later renamed the Genie. Sorel Etrog is also known for his writings and published plays, poetry and non-fiction. Of his many collaborations, the most acclaimed are his book illustrations for Eugene Ionesco and Samuel Beckett in the late s.
Buy the Hardcover Book Sorel Etrog: Five Decades by Ihor Holubizky atCanada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. Find the latest shows, biography, and artworks for sale by Sorel Etrog. Artworks. Artists. Auctions. Editorial.
More. Log in. Sign up. Shop works for sale (25) Sorel Etrog. Canadian, – followers • Follow. Shop works for sale (25) Sorel Etrog. Sorel Etrog: Five Decades was published in to accompany the last major retrospective exhibition of his work. It includes his archetypal sculptures as well as drawings, paintings, book illustrations, and prints, as well as images from his rarely seen film, book also includes texts by Ihor Holubizky and critics Gary Michael Dault and Florian Rodari, as well as Marshall McLuhan.
- Mayberry Fine Art is actively seeking works by Canadian sculptor Sorel Etrog for consignment or outright purchase Contact us at [email protected] See more ideas about Fine art, Art and Sculpture pins. Sorel Etrog: Five Decades was published in to accompany the last major retrospective exhibition of his work.
It includes his archetypal sculptures as well as drawings, paintings, book illustrations, and prints, as well as images from his rarely seen film, Spiral. The book also includes texts by Ihor Holubizky and critics Gary Michael Dault Format: Hardcover.
The Canadian art world lost a major contributor this week with the passing of Sorel Etrog, a Toronto-based artist who represented Canada at the Venice Biennale and designed Canada’s iconic Genie awards statue.
To many, Etrog was Canada’s pre-eminent Modernist sculptor, typifying a s moment when Modernist sculpture was breaking through to wider acclaim in galleries and public. Drawn from the MacLaren’s Permanent Collection, this exhibition presents works on paper by Romanian-born Israeli-Canadian artist Sorel Etrog (–).
Etrog was a survivor of Nazi Germany’s occupation of Romania. Anatomy of Tension explores the artist’s interests in the paradoxical forces that characterize our human condition—freedom and bondage, movement and stasis, hope and.
Sorel Etrog, CM, artist, writer, philosopher (born 29 August in Laşi, Romania; died 26 February in Toronto, Ontario). For more than half a century, Sorel Etrog was one of Canada’s most renowned contemporary sculptors.Sorel Etrog (Canadian, ) Height: 60 inches – Gift of Sidney and Jeah Flah Silber ’54 in About the Artist: Sorel Etrog was a Romanian-Canadian sculptor.
Born in Jassy, Romania on the 29th of August He died the 26th of February .View Sorel Etrog’s artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices.
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