The Architecture of Space book was published by the Drumlummon Institute in 2009 to coincide with the exhibition The Architecture of Space: Montana Vernacular at the Holter Museum of Art, Helena, Montana. The publication contains two essays about Robert Harrison’s sculptural work. The first essay is by author and publisher Rick Newby titled The Architecture of Space: Robert Harrison’s Accomplishment. The second essay by educator and writer Glenn R. Brown is titled Robert Harrison: of Marks and Boundries. The 45 page volume contains a portfolio of images of the artist’s work, along with a unique image timeline that traces the development of Robert’s large-scale site-specific architectural sculpture from 1981-2008.
If you would like to purchase a copy of The Architecture of Space please send an email to Robert using the contact form on the Contact Page.