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Marcel Storr: Reimagining Paris

[gallery ids="4649,4647,4646,4645"] Printed for Andrew Edlin Gallery, for the exhibition, Marcel Storr Reimagining Paris, September 13th- October 25th, 2014 Reimagining Paris is a beautiful soft cover book highlighting some of the works by Marcel Storr. It was printed on uncoated paper bringing out the dramatic colors and fine details of Storr’s drawings.  The cover and back were printed with a matte finish and have impressive seven and a quarter inch flaps on both the front and back folding out to a thirty and a half inch spread highlighting more of Storr’s works. This exhibition catalogue is perfect bound and contains 78-pages. From Andrew...

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The Nature of Disappearance

“The Nature of Disappearance” presents different artistic views of this theme and refers, on the one hand, to its fundamental importance in contemporary art of the 21st century and, on the other hand, to the roots of this radical artistic concept....

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Roy Lichtenstein: Expressionism

During a trip to Los Angeles in 1978, Lichtenstein was fascinated by lawyer Robert Rifkind's collection of German Expressionist prints and illustrated books. He began to produce works that borrowed stylistic elements found in Expressionist paintings. Plucking stylistic strings while leaving the raw emotional tone of the movement behind, Lichtenstein's use of Expressionism and other pivotal moments in art history called all remaining boundaries into question....

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Gerhard Richter: Tapestries

Gagosian Gallery presents a group of four tapestries entitled Abdu, Iblan, Musa, and Yusuf by Gerhard Richter. The visual effect of the tapestries is a Rorschach-like multiplying of the forms and colors of the original canvas....

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