Roy Lichtenstein - Ce que je crée, c'est de la forme | Writings

A captivating text which explores Roy Lichtenstein's personality and work.
The book belongs to the collection of essays published by the Centre Pompidou, essential to understand the most important artists of the modern and contemporary art.

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Roy Lichtenstein
Topics
Essays on art

Description

coming with the major exhibition on Roy Lichtenstein at Centre Pompidou, this anthology includes 10 exclusive interviews with the artist made by journalists and art critics between 1963 and 1997.
This selection of texts, translated for the first time in French, addresses all the issues of concern for the artist, to reveal his world and his sources of inspiration. A unique opportunity to retrace the entire career of Roy Lichtenstein and to understand the evolution of his work

Descriptions & Features

Authors
Camille Morineau, Collective, Roy Lichtenstein
Publisher
Éditions du Centre Pompidou
Dimensions
120 mm x 18,5 cm x 11 mm
Publication year
2013
Number of pages
144
EAN
9782844266026

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