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Concrete Poetry: Post-War Modernist Public Art | Simon Phipps

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In Concrete Poetry, photographer Simon Phipps explores and celebrates Britain’s post-war public art through the lens of his camera. A beautifully published book, which features Phipp's exceptional photography and additional text by Darren Umney - the contents explore the spirit of the age which birthed these harshly beautiful works and exposes the threat of neglect and demolition that they face today.

This country-wide investigation includes some of the UK’s most important pieces of public art - from Richard Serra’s Fulcrum in London’s Broadgate to Barbara Hepworth’s works across the country to the less well-known Cumisky mural in Skelmersdale and the vivid Schottlander shapes in Warwick.

Size: 180 x 240mm

Pages: 192

Publisher: September Publishing


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Concrete Poetry: Post-War Modernist Public Art | Simon Phipps
Concrete Poetry: Post-War Modernist Public Art | Simon Phipps