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  Greer Twiss - FINALIST New Zealand Book Sellers Illustrative Non-Fiction and DINZ Best Awards 2014, Silver Award, Editorial & Books, New Zealand's Best Graphic Design 2014

Authors : Greer Twiss &
Dr Robin Woodward
New photographs by Haruhiko Sameshima
Designed by Alt Group

305 x 270mm hardback with French-fold jacket
392 pages printed on various 150 gsm paper stocks
280 pages coloured works and drawings
Extensive artist notes
Silver gilded page edges

Standard Edition $135 + $8 p&p
Hat dust jacket

Collectors' Edition $295
Only 100 signed and numbered by the artist held in a custom exhibition box
Sterling silver artist multiple
Red Legs dust jacket

Greer Twiss is one of the longest working and producing of New Zealand's postwar sculptors. Greer has been recognised as an Icon by the Arts Foundation of New Zealand. He has produced on astonishing body of work over some six decades, and is still fully productive, inventive and innovative figure. His work is characterised by great diversity as he has shifted through various themes, media and methods, but for all that diversity there is a unique and unshakable path that binds all together.

This book is richly illustrated and ably interpreted with a text from Dr Robin Woodward and expanded notes and chronology from Greer himself. Altogether these provide an enduring record and a more comprehensive insight that has previously been possible. Emphasis is placed on the illustrations, which is important for a book on the visual arts, and the two main photographers Haruhiko Sameshima and Greer himself show the works with intelligence and sensitivity.

Rodnery Wilson 2013






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