The Dutch sculptor Eja Siepman van den Berg (*1943) developed her distinctive visual program in the early 1970s. Her representations of the human body in bronze and stone bear witness to her interest in a harmonious figuration and the principles of abstraction.
Siepman van den Berg strives for a clarity of form that omits the merely decorative and superfluous. This also explains her broad interest in early Greek kouroi and in twentieth-century sculptors such as Constantin Brâncuși and Donald Judd. This richly illustrated publication with the allure of a catalogue raisonné opens up the extensive body of work of one of the Netherlands’ major sculptors.
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96 colored and 217 b/w illustrations
Languages: Dutch, English
Antoon Melissen, Huub Mous
Marc Koppen Ontwerp, Eindhoven