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Visual Arts – Monographs
 
The Visual Arts – Monograph series presents artists through the specific questions raised by their work in relationship with current physical and aesthetic concerns in the broader context of the debates in the contemporary art world.
 
Stephan Balkenhol -
1997
French edition
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Monograph.
Stephan Balkenhol -
1997
English edition
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Monograph.
Roman Opalka -
1996
French edition
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This monograph investigates Opalka's relationship with numbers, time and infinity. With an original long-term interview of the artist which ran on for more than twenty years.
Roman Opalka -
1996
English edition
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This monograph investigates Opalka's relationship with numbers, time and infinity. With an original long-term interview of the artist which ran on for more than twenty years.
Jean-Marc Bustamante -
1995
French edition
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This monograph gathers a collection of essays which attempts to define the multi-form notion of “presence” formulated by Bustamante in his work.
Jean-Marc Bustamante -
1995
English edition
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This monograph gathers a collection of essays which attempts to define the multi-form notion of “presence” formulated by Bustamante in his work.
Dan Graham -
1995
French edition
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A focus on the architectural works of the American artist.
Dan Graham -
1995
English edition
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A focus on the architectural works of the American artist.
Gerhard Richter -
1995
French edition
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By intermingling elements of traditional painting and new pictorial material, Richter's work leads to a more open notion of the “image” (monograph).
Gerhard Richter -
1995
English edition
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By intermingling elements of traditional painting and new pictorial material, Richter's work leads to a more open notion of the “image” (monograph).
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