Jim Hodges - Love et cetera

This book, in which we can follow the formal evolution of Jim Hodges' work, is a chance to rediscover the talent of this American artist.

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Description

For the first time ever, the Centre Pompidou devotes an exhibition to the artist Jim Hodges (born in 1957), who has been developing work in which drawings are omnipresent, whether plain or exuberant.
In his work he addresses themes such as fragility, disappearance, nature, love and death - themes filtered through his own sensitivity.

Descriptions & Features

Authors
Under the supervision of Jonas Storsve
Publisher
Éditions du Centre Pompidou
Dimensions
200 mm x 240 mm x 13 mm
Publication year
2009
Number of pages
108
Number of illustrations
70