Brice Marden

Costello, Eileen

Part of a brand new series of well-illustrated, short introductory books on the visual arts.
This volume provides invaluable insight into the life and works of Marden, the most profound abstract painter of the past four decades. Covers the full span of the artist’s work, exploring its origins, development, style, themes, meanings and media.
American artist Brice Marden (b.1938) has had a profound impact on painting today. While there has been a sea change in art movements, Marden has unwaveringly adhered to modernist principles of abstraction. From his early monochrome paintings to landscapes of China or the Greek island, Hydra, composed of vivid and calligraphic loops and webs, Marden’s deeply personal work incorporates multiple art historical and cultural inspirations. Stimulating, up-to-date and a pleasure to read, this is the perfect and indispensable introduction to Marden and his work.

Editorial: Phaidon
Colección: Focus
Categoría: Artes, ciencias y humanidades
Tema: Arte, arquitectura y fotografía
Clasificación Dewey: 759.13 - Pintura. Estados Unidos.
Clasificación BISAC ART016000 (Arte / Artistas Individuales / Generalidades)
Clasificación BIC AGB (Artistas, monografías sobre el arte)
ISBN: 9780714861449
Páginas: 148
Año: 2013
Formato / Peso: 18 x 25 x 1.7 (cm) / 610 (gramos)
Precio: $450.00 MX / $23.00 USD
Derechos de venta para: Hispanoamérica (excepto Puerto Rico)
Etiquetas: Brice Marden; pintura contemporánea; abstraccionismo; arte estadounidense; géneros pictóricos; Eileen Costello;
Brice Marden