Los Angeles: Getty Publications, 2002. Folio. 192 pages. Color photographs. Printed cloth; dust jacket. A very good copy with minor shelfwear. Item #405243
FIRST EDITION. "In the early 1990s the design and creation of the Central Garden at the Getty Center were entrusted to the distinguished contemporary visual artist Robert Irwin. Irwin-a member of California's "light and space" movement-was an unexpected choice for this major commission, and his work has aroused intense interest in the art world and among gardening enthusiasts and visitors to the Getty Center. In Robert Irwin Getty Garden, Lawrence Weschler offers a lively account of the creation of what Irwin has playfully termed 'a sculpture in the form of a garden aspiring to be art'" (the publisher).