JB Blunk – Third Edition


JB Blunk is a noted twentieth century sculptor and significant figure in the craft field in the sixties and seventies. His work was included as part of the Smithsonian Institution’s seminal 1969 exhibition Objects: USA and his masterwork The Planet (1926), a feat of environmental reclamation is on permanent view at the Oakland Museum of California. 

This long-awaited monograph presents the breadth of JB Blunk's practice and includes never-before-seen archival and newly commissioned photographs of jewelry, ceramics, paintings, furniture, sculpture and his hand built house. Presented here in its third edition. Edited by Mariah Nielson and Åbäke, the book features essays by Lucy Lippard, Glenn Adamson, Fariba Bogzaran and Louise Allison Cort.

Measures: 26 x 21 cm
Pages: 224
Binding: Hardcover