Long forgotten, Eileen Gray's work is rediscovered in the early 1970s. She is now recognised as an icon in decorative arts and architectural modernism.
Eileen Gray's legacy consists of a number of unique, avant-garde artefacts, fragmentary archives - and a series of mysteries. To contribute to the understanding of this artist, Centre Pompidou held an exceptional retrospective exhibition. The exhibition album is seeking to approach the artist's work as an unbroken whole, engaging as she did in drawing, painting, lacquering, interior decorating, architecture and photography.
A clear and concise book for the general public.
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- 270 mm x 270 mm x 8 mm
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