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public works, 1970-1988 : a retrospective exhibition, June 27-August 20, 1989, High Museum of Art. by Athena Tacha. Published 1989 by The Museum in Atlanta, Ga. Written in English. Athena Tacha (1936-).

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Athena Tacha: Public Works, 1970-88 (2009), with an introductory essay by Catherine M. Howett and John Howett, High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA. Athena Tacha: New Works, 1986-89 (1989), Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, with an introductory essay by Thalia. Athena Tacha: New Works, 1986-89 (1989), Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, with an introductory essay by Thalia Gouma-Peterson. Athena Tacha: Small Wonders - New Sculptures and Photoworks (2006), with introductory essays by Anne Ellegood and Brenda Brown, American University Museum, Katzen Arts Center, Washington, DC, Sept.

Athena Tacha: Public Works, 1970-1988 A Retrospective Exhibition," High Museum of Art, 1989, p.

Athena Tacha: Public Works, 1970-1988 A Retrospective Exhibition," High Museum of Art, 1989, pg. 23. The information provided about this artwork was compiled as part of the Smithsonian American Art Museum's Inventories of American Painting and Sculpture database, designed to provide descriptive and location information on artworks by American artists in public and private collections worldwide.

Athena Tacha (Greek: Αθηνά Τάχα; born in Larissa, Greece, 1936), is a multimedia visual artist

Athena Tacha (Greek: Αθηνά Τάχα; born in Larissa, Greece, 1936), is a multimedia visual artist. She is best known for her work in the fields of environmental public sculpture and conceptual art, and she also works with photography, film, and artists’ books. Tacha's work is interested in creating personal narratives, and often plays with geometry and form. Tacha was born in 1936 in Greece. in sculpture from the Athens School of Fine Arts in Greece; an .

Athena Tacha (Greek: Αθηνά Τάχα; born in Larissa, Greece, 1936), is best known in the fields of environmental public sculpture and conceptual art, but has also worked extensively in photography, film and artists’ books. The best statement on her artistic philosophy, "Rhythms as Form", was first published in Landscape Architecture, May 1978, pp. 196–205.