Anna-Eva Bergman

 
The Norwegian-born French painter Anna-Eva Bergman (1909–1987) was a multifarious artist. Prior to the 1950s she drew illustrations and caricatures for the press, kept notebooks on her ideas about art, published articles, and wrote an autobiography, a novel, and a cookery book. At the same time she explored the realm of painting, embarking down the path of abstraction in the late 1940s and ultimately forging a unique style based on the use of gold and silver foil as pictorial elements to convey archetypal forms based on nature and Nordic mythology.

 
Anna-Eva Bergman - L\'alchimie de la lumière (DVD)
2023
trilingual edition (English / German / French)
a.p.r.e.s editions - Documents & Video Works (DVD)
Simone Hoffmann's films invites us to rediscover one of the world's most important contemporary artists in the context of her retrospective exhibition at the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris in 2023.
Anna-Eva Bergman - Passages
2019
French edition
Fondation Hartung Bergman
sold out
Catalogue of the exhibition gathering a set of eighty works, on canvas or paper, in small and very large formats, that Anna-Eva Bergman created in the wake of her two travels to northern Norway, in 1950 and 1964, from which emerges a plastic language that signs the whole of his future work.
Anna-Eva Bergman - Casseroles - Recettes du monde entier
2019
French edition
Fondation Hartung Bergman
(last copies available!)
Recipes from all over the world: an illustrated cookbook by Anna-Eva Bergman, published for the first time.
Anna-Eva Bergman -
2011
French edition
Les presses du réel – Contemporary art – Monographs
Fondation Hartung Bergman
(last copies available!)
Reference monograph (available in English edition).
Anna-Eva Bergman -
2011
English edition
Les presses du réel – Contemporary art – Monographs
Fondation Hartung Bergman
Reference monograph.


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