JB Blunk: Cups, Plates, Bowls & Sculptures: Ceramics 1950 – 1999
California-based artist JB Blunk created an extensive body of work in wood and stone, cast bronze, painting, jewelry and clay. Ignoring the traditional separation of sculpture and furniture he worked without a conception of fixed categories, and his attitude towards these classifications suggests the Japanese disregard of the distinction between art and craft.
Title: Cups, Plates, Bowls & Sculptures: Ceramics 1950 – 1999 (Third Edition)
Publisher: Dent-de-Leone, 2020
Author: Mariah Nielson, Åbäke
Graphic Design: Åbäke
Format: Softcover, Newsprint
Size: 25 x 17 cm, 64 pages