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HALSEY INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART, COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON

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Hardcover, 10 x 11 in. / 215 pgs / 114 color / 3 bw.

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HALSEY INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART, COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON

Something to Take My Place: The Art of Lonnie Holley

Published by Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, College of Charleston
Edited by Mark Sloan, Lizz Biswell. Text by Bernard L. Herman, et al.

Featured image is reproduced from <I>Something to Take My Place: The Art of Lonnie Holley</I>.Lonnie Holley (born 1950), acclaimed by The New York Times as “the Insider’s Outsider,” is best known for his assemblage sculptures incorporating natural and man-made materials, often cast off or discarded; he has recently also begun to make music, through the Dust-to-Digital label. Legendary for his environmental assemblage that spread over two acres of his property in Birmingham, Alabama—now destroyed—Holley scavenges and repurposes found objects in the service of a personal philosophy of renewal and rejuvenation. This is the first monograph on Holley’s work in more than a decade. Illustrated with reproductions of more than 70 of Holley’s sculptures, it provides a comprehensive overview of Holley’s art, life and philosophy, with essays by Mark Sloan, Leslie Umberger, Bernard L. Herman and an “as-told-to” autobiography recorded by noted oral historian Theodore Rosengarten.

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Something to Take My Place: The Art of Lonnie Holley

SOMETHING TO TAKE MY PLACE: THE ART OF LONNIE HOLLEY

Edited by Mark Sloan, Lizz Biswell. Text by Bernard L. Herman, et al.

HALSEY INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART, COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON

ISBN: 9781467574488 | US $39.95

Pub Date: 2/23/2016
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Lonnie Holley: Do We Think Too Much? I Don'T Think We Can Ever Stop.

LONNIE HOLLEY: DO WE THINK TOO MUCH? I DON'T THINK WE CAN EVER STOP.

Edited by David Moos and Michael Stanley. Essays by Emily G. Hanna and Thomas Southall. Foreword by Jonathan Watkins. Introduction by Gail Trechsel.

BIRMINGHAM MUSEUM OF ART

ISBN: 9780907594970 | US $20.00

Pub Date: 8/2/2004
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