A beautiful book bringing together the icons of recent art history.
The twentieth century was undoubtedly one of the most fruitful periods in all fields of creation. This book presents a summary of his most emblematic works. The reader will happily rediscover the major figures who marked their time and opened up new avenues, sometimes long misunderstood: Matisse with La Tristesse du Roi, Picasso with Arlequin, Miró and his famous Bleu or Dalí and his Guillaume Tell. For the sculpture, Giacometti and his Woman from Venice V, Brancusi and his Sleeping Muse and Louise Bourgeois and her Cumul I. Architecture is represented by Le Corbusier and his Unité d'habitation, Berlin and Jean Nouvel with L'Opéra from Tokyo. Photography with Man Ray and his Violin d'Ingres and Martin Parr with New Brighton. Design is also in the spotlight with Philippe Stark and his W.W. The chronological bias of this beautiful book allows a simple and clear approach. So many essential landmarks to better understand the recent history of the arts in all their vitality!
- Authors : collective Language
- Available in French or English
- Number of pages : 208
- Number of illustrations : 100
- Dimensions: 16.5 x 27 cm