Edited by Klaus Gallwitz. Text by Klaus Gallwitz, Maren Lübbke-Tidow.
Published by Richter Verlag
Richard Meier's new extension to the Arp Museum can be reached via a 394-foot subterranean passageway that links the Rolandseck train station and the original Arp Museum, situated alongside the Rhine River outside of Bonn, with a bank of glass elevators that transport visitors up a conical chute that ends above-ground, facing panoramic views of the river. Within that passageway, which runs below the railroad tracks, one definitive artwork is installed: "Kaa," Barbara Trautmann's 60-foot-long neon sculpture, which is composed of 90 spiraling rings that seem to fade into eternity. This volume documents the complete project.
STATUS: Out of Print | 12/1/2010
For assistance locating a copy, please see our list of recommended out of print specialists >