Martin Clark {Pdf Kindle ePUB} The Indiscipline of Painting

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Trates how the language of abstract painting remains urgent relevant and critical tracing its influences on contemporary artists working in Britain America France and Germany Featuring a diverse range of work by both twentieth century and contemporary artists including Jeremy Moon Blinky Palermo Gerhard Richter Frank Stell.

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The Indiscipline of Painting

The Indiscipline of Painting published to accompany an international group exhibition at Tate St Ives explores how the history and legacy of modernist abstract painting continues to inspire painters and artists working today Through a series of essays by leading critics and curators this beautifully illustrated book demons.

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A Andy Warhol Tomma Abts and Heimo Zobernig this book brings together art from the 1950s to the present In particular it focuses on abstraction's turn away from its expressionistic roots at the end of the 1950s and its move towards a geometric post minimalist tradition highlighting the resonances still felt by artists toda.


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