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Robert Irwin Getty Garden
by Lawrence Weschler
J. Paul Getty Trust, The, 2020
Cloth: 978-1-60606-656-0 | eISBN: 978-1-60606-657-7
Library of Congress Classification SB466.U7
Dewey Decimal Classification 635.0979494

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
A beautifully illustrated, accessible volume about one of the Getty Center’s best-loved sites. Among the most beloved sites at the Getty Center, the Central Garden has aroused intense interest from the moment artist Robert Irwin was awarded the commission. First published in 2002, Robert Irwin Getty Garden is comprised of a series of discussions between noted author Lawrence Weschler and Irwin, providing a lively account of what Irwin has playfully termed “a sculpture in the form of a garden aspiring to be art.” The text revolves around four garden walks: extended conversations in which the artist explains the critical choices he made—from plant materials to steel—in the creation of a living work of art that has helped to redefine what a modern garden can and should be. This updated edition features new photography of the Central Garden in a smaller, more accessible format.

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