Author(s): Robin Woodward & Greer Twiss
Greer Twiss is one of the longest working postwar sculptors and still a productive, inventive and innovative figure in contemporary art today. Greer was recognized by the Arts Foundation of New Zealand as one of twenty living icons. "Twiss" is richly illustrated throughout its 396 pages with a foreword by Dr Rodney Wilson alongside an in-depth essay from Dr Robin Woodward. Extensive artist’s notes and chronology provide a unique and personal perspective on a practice spanning six decades. This major monograph is a definitive record of an extraordinary body of work and has been supported by Creative NZ
Shortlisted for New Zealand Post Book Awards: Illustrated Non-Fiction 2014.