Ukrainian-born Alexander Archipenko (1887-1964) established himself as a progressive sculptor in the artistic milieu that formed the historic avant-garde. An in-depth study of his life work, his evolution as an artist, and experimentation with various media, the author traces the artist’s migration across time and space, and examines his relationships with fellow artists.
Bilingual: English and Ukrainian published by UM 2005
Available in hardcover and softcover pgs 256
size 8.75 “ x 11”