Willard Boepple Sculpture

2014 — Book Design

This, the first monograph on Willard Boepple, locates the artist’s work within the context of modernist constructed sculpture. It pays particular attention to Boepple’s chosen ancestors and sources and his relationship with his peers, in order to emphasize the originality of his sculpture.
An in-depth, illustrated exploration of Boepple's most achieved abstract sculptures in various media and scales, from the 1980s to the present, is complemented by discussion of pivotal earlier works and a recent series of monoprints, highlighting the persistence of particular themes and motifs and the full, broad range of Boepple's artistic concerns.
The design of the headlines and divider pages echo the forms of certain sculptures, while the colours are taken from Boepple’s beautiful monoprints.112pp, 240 × 280mm. Quarter bound with white foil on covers and spine.

The book is published by Lund Humphries and can be purchased directly from them here.