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Public Statues and Sculpture Association

Nick Hornby

Reviewed by Holly (Marjorie) Trusted, Co-chair PSSA

November 27, 2022

Matt Price (ed.) with contributions by Luke Syson, Matt Price, Hannah Higham, Nick Hornby and Helen Pheby, Nick Hornby, Anomie Publishing, London, 2022. 232 pp. with over 200 colour illus. £35. ISBN 978-1-910221-24-2.

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The Art and Science of the Crystal Palace Dinosaurs

Reviewed by Dawn Pereira

October 5, 2022

Mark P Witton and Ellinor Michel, The Art and Science of the Crystal Palace Dinosaurs, Crowood Press Ltd., May 2022. Hardcover, pp.192.
ISBN: 978-0-7198-4049-4.

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William Turnbull: International Modern Artist

Reviewed by Stacy Boldrick, Associate Professor, School of Museum Studies, University of Leicester

October 5, 2022

Jon Wood (ed.), with a foreword by Nicholas Serota. William Turnbull: International Modern Artist, London: Lund Humphries, 2022.
420 pages, 165 colour and 105 black and white illustrations.
ISBN: 9781848225350

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Mary Gillick: Sculptor and Medallist

Reviewed by Rebecca Wade

October 5, 2022

Philip Attwood
Mary Gillick: Sculptor and Medallist
Spink and Son Ltd in collaboration with the British Museum, London, 2022.
Hardback. 216 pp. with 112 colour illustrations.
ISBN 978-1-912667-75-8

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The Remarkable Pinwill Sisters: From Lady Woodcarvers to Professionals

Reviewed by Holly (Marjorie) Trusted, Co-chair PSSA

June 6, 2022

Helen Wilson
The Remarkable Pinwill Sisters: From Lady Woodcarvers to Professionals
Willow Productions, Plymouth, 2021.
Paperback. 300 pp. with over 250 colour illustrations.
ISBN 978-1-5272-8264-3

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Rebirth of a Collection. The Plaster Casts of the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest in the Renewed Star Fortress in Komárom

Reviewed by Holly (Marjorie) Trusted, Co-chair PSSA

March 16, 2022

Miriam Szócs (ed.) with contributions by Lászlo Baán, Géza Andó, Andrea Rózsavölgyi, Hunor Egri, Richárd Káldi, Benedek Gyorgyevics, Eszter Süvegh, Márton Tóth, and Adél Domány
(tr. Krisztina Sarkady-Hart and Adrian Hart),

Rebirth of a Collection. The Plaster Casts of the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest in the Renewed Star Fortress in Komárom (exh.cat.) Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, 2021. 328 pp. with over 300 col. illus.
ISBN 978-615-5987-43-4

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Barbara Hepworth Art & Life

Reviewed by Katharine Heron

October 26, 2021

Eleanor Clayton
Barbara Hepworth Art & Life
Thames and Hudson Ltd, London, 2021, 288pp.,178 illus.
ISBN 978-0-500-09425-9 (English, hardback)

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Cecil Rhodes and Other Statues. Dealing Plainly with the Past

Reviewed by Holly (Marjorie) Trusted

September 27, 2021

Robert Calderisi
Cecil Rhodes and Other Statues. Dealing Plainly with the Past ,
Gatekeeper Press, Columbus, Ohio, 2021.
287 pp. ISBN 9781662916458

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Contemporary Sculpture: Artists’ Writings and Interviews

Reviewed by Ann Compton

September 14, 2021

Jon Wood and Julia Kelly (Eds.), Contemporary Sculpture: Artists’ Writings and Interviews, in collaboration with the Cragg Foundation, Berlin: Hatje Cantz, 2019, 440 pp., 50 illus. ISBN 978-3-7757-3346-25 (English paperback)

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Iconoclasm: Identity Politics and the Erasure of History

Reviewed by Mark Stocker

January 2, 2021


Alexander Adams.
Imprint Academic, Exeter, 2020, 154 pp. £14.95.
ISBN 9 781788 360425

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