Rafael Pérez' sketchbook presented in this publication was created in his studio in December 1992 in Dielsdorf, Zurich, as a Christmas present for his wife Ursula. Only minor alterations to the pagination, size and dedication have been made.
First monograph: American artist Eamon Ore-Giron's hard-edge paintings
combine Native American traditions and European abstraction. This
publication offers a dialogue between his ongoing Infinite
Regress series and the prose of poet and scholar Edgar
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Olivier Mosset's reference monograph offers a complete panorama of the work of one of the central figures in post-war abstract painting, and a pivotal reference for generations of European and American painters, covering six decades of practice, from the first experiments to the monumental recent works.
This catalogue stems from two eponymous exhibitions examining Hungary's
art scene's drive toward abstraction to reflect on the complex social
conditions of the country, from the 1960s to the present-day.
This historical essay recounts the story of the EXAT 51 collective—the
first Yugoslavian abstract art
group—and how it shaped the idea of abstract socialism by associating
socialist cultural politics and modernist artistic practice.
This catalogue traces a comprehensive itinerary within the artist's rigorous and appealing body of work. A research where austere geometric forms, shaped in tones of white and black, become the alphabet of an open reflection on the world. The publication includes an interview with Balliano by curator Chrissie Iles, a critical essay by Luigi Fassi, and a rich collection of images.
The late Belgian artist Guy Mees has been a central figure of Antwerp's art scene since the 1970s. This catalogue features emblematic works and unpublished archival materials from the artist's creative phases spanning the 1960s to 2000s; two unpublished essays, and an interview with the artist.
Monograph by artist Athene Galiciadis gathering unpublished artworks, specially created for this publication: inspired by Emma Kunz, Swiss artist and healer, whose work draws on geometric abstraction, Galiciadis produced a series of drawings—figures, spirals, patterns and vases—printed on graph paper, accompanied by photographic documentation.