The sculptures of Joost van den Toorn (1954) touch on themes that everyone can identify with, such as violence, sex, religion and power. There is plenty of irony and humor, albeit often with a melancholic undertone. The artist adds symbolism to his sculptures through his surprising combinations of themes, use of materials and techniques. This richly illustrated book is the first overview of his work.
Paperback | Dutch | 168 pages | 2015
Authors: Anton Anthonissen & Evert van Straaten
Publisher: Waanders Uitgevers, Zwolle
Dimensions: 28 x 23 x 1,5 cm.
Weight: 800 gram