Translations:Leah Berliawsky Sadie/13/en

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Besides sculpture, Louise Nevelson also produced a series of engravings, although these are from an early and little-known period, of which not many works are extant. Beginning during her academic studies in the United States and Europe, the artist conceptualized numerous spatial and personal ideas, adapting them to her style and thus creating a dialogue between her as a creator, the materials, and the viewer. Her works in public space are also notable, monumental sculptures as they are, the great majority commissioned by various institutions and leading to an understanding of art in open space.