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Ellsworth Kelly

Ellsworth Kelly

Author: Tricia Paik
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Now available in a new accessible format - the definitive monograph on one of the most revered artists of our time


Ellsworth Kelly will forever be remembered as one of the most distinctive and influential artists of our time. This book, the last created in close collaboration with the artist, maps his prolific and diverse oeuvre from the 1940s to his final projects before his death in late 2015. Featuring a newly designed cover, this hardback edition brings Tricia Paik's critically acclaimed volume to a new audience of readers.

Reviews

"One of Fall's 10 Best New Coffee Table Books" —Bloomberg Pursuits

"For the consummate minimalist, here's a maximalist book on 92-year-old artist Ellsworth Kelly's lifetime of groundbreaking work. Curator Tricia Y. Paik guides us through the artist's color-soaked career in 400 illustrations and scholarly essays. It's a must for any Kelly fan: the only book, in fact, to completely span the artist's entire oeuvre." —Bloomberg Pursuits

"This work of beauty and scholarship proves that Kelly is one of the great master artists of the last century." —Publishers Weekly

"The first [monograph] to cover his whole career and is rich in illustrations, not just of his work but of his milieu... the essays in this book help to reveal his human as well as artistic personality" —The Sunday Times

"Brighten an art aficionado's Christmas with Phaidon's definitive monograph on pivotal modern artist Ellsworth Kelly. Kelly was always ahead of his time, making monochromes and multi-panel works more than a decade before the term minimalism was coined. Kelly's career spans eight decades, and the book places him among other modernist masters, such as Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso." — Aesthetica

Stock Information

General Fields

  • : 9780714876429
  • : Phaidon Inc Ltd
  • : Phaidon Inc Ltd
  • : May 2018
  • : 305mm x 238mm
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Tricia Paik
  • : Hardcover
  • : 368