Opting for What Does not Yet Exist. The Art of Carel Visser
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Opting for What Does not Yet Exist. The Art of Carel Visser

(José Boyens) The Low Countries - 2002, № 10, pp. 204-213

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Carel Visser (1928-) is probably the most influential and innovative of the post-war generation of Dutch sculptors. To many people Visser is best known as the sculptor of stacked bars, cubes, double forms, and for Holes, which appeared in the sixties. The piece encompasses the versatility of Visser's entire oeuvre. Visser is an innovator, but he also continues to produce work of a consistently high standard that shows an uncommon sensitivity to the various materials he uses

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