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Julian Schnabel

Author: Julian Schnabel
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Harry N. Abrams, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Julian Schnabel (b. 1951) is regarded throughout the world as one of the most important artists of our time. Yet, remarkably, there has never been (until now) a book that addresses the extraordinary range of his entire creative output. This lavishly produced volume presents many artworks that have never before been exhibited, published, or even seen, filling a major gap in the history of contemporary art." "More  Read more...
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Named Person: Julian Schnabel; Julian Schnabel; Julian Schnabel
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Julian Schnabel
ISBN: 0810946335 9780810946330
OCLC Number: 51799466
Description: 367 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 37 cm.
Responsibility: by Julian Schnabel.

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"Julian Schnabel (b. 1951) is regarded throughout the world as one of the most important artists of our time. Yet, remarkably, there has never been (until now) a book that addresses the extraordinary range of his entire creative output. This lavishly produced volume presents many artworks that have never before been exhibited, published, or even seen, filling a major gap in the history of contemporary art." "More than 300 of Schnabel's works (paintings, photographs, sculptures, and film stills) spanning a career of nearly 40 years are reproduced here, along with texts drawn from the artist's interviews, essays, and notes. From the broken-plate paintings of the 1980s that brought him fame, to the recent, massively scaled Big Girls series, the artist's work is set in the context of his overall sensibility, becoming part of an ongoing pictorial diary of a life. Rather than a retrospective look at Schnabel's work, the book provides readers with a view of life and art as they collide."--BOOK JACKET.

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