Les cahiers du musée national d'art moderne n°152

Every three months, an unprecedented review:
- An art review long established, since 1977
- The most recent contributions to modern art history
- All the experts gathered

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Summary :
In this issue, the researchers highlight different artists: modern and contemporary painters, sculptors and visual artists.
- Charles Ray, Portfolio
- Claire Salles, Les années 1970 de Martin Barré, L'hypothèse de l'épaisseur du plan (The hypothesis of the thickness of the plan)
- Éric Michaud, Wölfflin in France, From Racialism to Structuralism
- Hélène Trespeuch, From the visual culture of Vassily Kandinsky, new perspectives for research
- Lydie Delahaye, Micrographia or the spectacle of nature
- Jean-Claude Lebensztejn, Displacement (2), A strange Socrates
- Reading Notes, By Céline Flécheux, Dork Zabunyan, Pauline Mari
The cover is specially designed by Charles Ray for the Cahiers du MNAM.
Essays by confirmed authors, works by young researchers and art history specialists, an in-depth analysis of international cultural current events...

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Under the direction of Jean-Pierre Criqui
Éditions du Centre Pompidou
19 x 26 cm
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