Jaume Plensa: One Thought Fills Immensity

Internationally celebrated Spanish artist Jaume Plensa has emerged as one of the most significant voices in contemporary sculpture. For over thirty years, Plensa has created a multifaceted body of work that interplays traditional materials with unconventional media on intimate and monumental scales. Traversing the globe--from The Crown Fountain in Chicago, a modern-day agora in an urban landscape, to Echo, the monumental, yet serene portrait which greets Seattle's citizens by land and sea, to Roots, composed of the world's languages towering within the city of Tokyo- Plensa's nomadic practice speaks to the capacity and beauty of humanity, celebrating the similarities of the world's otherwise seemingly divergent cultures. One Thought Fills Immensity is the most comprehensive monograph published on the artist to date with over 200 color plates and contributions from international curators and scholars including Clare Liley, Catherine Millet, Fumio Nanjo, Brooke Kamin Rapaport, Jeremy Strick, and Paul Gray.

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