By Katharina Eisch-Angus, Ines Kohl, and Karin Schrott
Erwin Eisch, pioneer of the International Studio Glass Movement, is a sculptor and painter whose glass becomes an art medium. This book presents the artist's anti-functional vessels, free-blown scullptures and pop-art assemblages, as well as glass busts of Picasso, Buddha, and others. More than 100 works in glass, paintings, drawings, and glass prints are illustrated and discussed in contributions by international scholars. The book presents Erwin Eisch's work and life philosophy, with quotations by the artist.
- 240 pages; hardcover
- Published in 2012 by Hirmer Verlag GmbH