Zw lf - Twelve
Munich: Schirmer/Mosel Verlag, 2001.
9.5 x 11.5 inches
In 1894, French sculptor Auguste Rodin used the legendary story of the Six Burghers of Calais - who saved their city by sacrificing themselves - to create a radically new type of monument devoid of any heroic transfiguration. Commissioned by the city of Calais, public space photographer Candida H fer documents the complete edition of 12 casts of Rodin's monument now installed in 12 locations around the world. Text in German and English. Item #76
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