by Martin Hammer and Christina Lodder. Published by Yale University Press, 2000. First Edition. Thick quarto. Hardback. 528pp. Illustrated. Fine in Fine dust jacket.
Naum Gabo (1890-1977), whose eventful life took him from his native Russia to Berlin, Paris, London, and finally the United States, achieved renown as one of the most inventive and controversial figures in twentieth-century sculpture. first comprehensive account of Gabo’s life, career, and artistic theory and practice.