Known for his signature use of commercial fluorescent light fixtures, Dan Flavin in the early 1960s created eight wall-mounted pieces which he called Icons: monochrome wooden crates, onto which he mounted colored light bulbs or light fixtures. They bring to mind the interface between the religious mysticism of light, the illuminated billboards on Broadway and the neon shrines of popular art.
Hardcover | German | 77 pages | 2008
Authors: Corinna Thierolf & Johannes Vogt
Publisher: Schirmer / Mosel
Dimensions: 28,6 x 24,9 x 1,4 cm.
Weight: 830 gr.