Fondazione Mudima Milano, 1999
César Baldaccini, dit César, est un sculpteur français né le 1ᵉʳ janvier 1921 à Marseille et mort le 6 décembre 1998 à Paris 7ᵉ. Il fait partie du mouvement des Nouveaux réalistes, né en 1960.
Italian - 124 Pages - 24 cm x 28 cm - 0.8 Kg
Paul Cézanne, né le 19 janvier 1839 à Aix-en-Provence et mort le 22 octobre 1906 dans la même ville, est un peintre français, membre un temps du mouvement impressionniste et considéré comme le précurseur du post-impressionnisme et du cubisme.
French - 224 Pages - 24.2 cm x 1.9 cm x 30.1 cm - 1.3 Kg
Hirmer , 2023
Marc Chagall (1887-1985) remains famous for his dreamy images and luminous use of color, but in the 1930s his palette darkened as he began to address intensifying anti-Semitism in Europe. Chagall: World in Turmoil draws attention to lesser-known works the artist created during this period and into the 1940s, a time in which he visited Israel, escaped Nazi-occupied France, and found refuge in the United States. Showcasing more than one hundred paintings, works on paper, and costumes, the volume traces Chagall's search for a pictorial language in the face of displacement and persecution. The pieces presented here include numerous self-portraits, art with allegorical and Biblical subjects, designs from Chagall's exile in New York City, images of his hometown in present-day Belarus, and landmark paintings like The Falling Angel. The catalog for the Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt's exhibition of the same name, Chagall offers a topical perspective on the oeuvre of one of the most important artists of the twentieth century.
English - 200 Pages - 25 x 30 cm - 1,3 Kg
Charlotte Fiell, Peter Fiell
This updated edition features chair designs from 1800 up to present day, and features the biggest names in furniture design, art, architecture and craft. Each entry is illustrated with full colour photography and accompanied by text detailing the materials and background of the chair.
English - 784 Pages - 18 x 23 cm - 2,2 Kg
The artistic collaboration of photographer Bettina Rheims and writer/art critic Serge Bramly began in 1991 with Chambre Close. It lives off the stimulating contrast between text and images. The cultivated literary tone of Monsieur X's fictional "confessions" is set against photographs that speak a far clearer language. Bettina Rheims has a command of this language, which tells of female eroticism and exhibitionism as no one else does.
English - 152 Pages - 24.5 cm x 2 cm x 29.8 cm - 1.3 Kg