Ruth Asawa is known for her innovative wire sculptures that were often-times complex and exploratory. Based off her Mexico travels in 1947, Asawa learned the craft-based techniques that furthered her work and maintained a curious mind throughout her career. Ruth Asawa: Life’s Work includes an illustrated view of the artist’s lifetime of pieces alongside essays that explore the intersection of her experimentation and evolution of works.
Hardcover, 160 pages. Measures 9 ½” x 11”. Published by Pulitzer Arts Foundation. Edited by Tamara H. Schenkenberg, with essays by Aruna D’Souza, Helen Molesworth, and Tamara H. Schenkenberg.