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Fondation Hartung Bergman (13 titles)
 

Antibes
A selection of publications by the Hartung-Bergman Foundation, devoted to the oeuvre of Hans Hartung (1904-1989) and Anna-Eva Bergman (1909-1987).
 
2017
French edition
Publication introducing the synthesis of a project inspired by the artistic and intimate experience of Hans Hartung and Anna-Eva Bergman on the island of Menorca, where they built a house-workshop and lived in from 1932 to 1934.

2016
French edition
The critical edition of Hans Hartung's autobiographical writings.

2016
French edition
The critical edition of Hans Hartung's autobiographical writings.

2014
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
The art of etching in Hartung's work

2011
English edition
Reference monograph.

2011
French edition
Reference monograph (available in English edition).

2006
English edition
€35.00 €25.00
10 new perspectives on the artist, his oeuvre and its reception.

2005
French edition
Hans Hartung always gave a lot of attention to the filing of his works. This essay on the abstract painter is linked with a specific web site where one will find a rich iconography and documentation.

1966
trilingual edition (English / French / German)
last available copies!
Hartung's early watercolor works on paper (33 tipped in full page color illustrations, under boxset).

2007
bilingual edition (French / Chinese)
out of print
Illustrated catalogue of the exhibition Hartung in China, on the relations between calligraphy and Western painting, taking Hans Hartung's work as starting point.

2006
French edition
out of print
10 new perspectives on the artist, his oeuvre and its reception (also available in English edition).

2006
French edition
out of print
A original approach to the life and work of Hans Hartung through its relationship with the space of his houses and workshops, in Menorca, Paris, and Antibes.

1996
English edition
out of print
Using unpublished material at the Fondation Hartung Bergman, this exhibition catalogue concentrates on the earlier phases of Hartung's career and demonstrates the critical importance of his drawings.