MODERN STARTS — PEOPLE, PLACES, THINGS (MoMA)

160,00 DKK

“An unconvential guide to the beginnings of modernism, deliberately abandoning customary labels – such as Fauvism, Cubism, and Futurism (…)”, in “three sections, People, Places, and Things. People treats thc great period of early modern figurative art from Rodin and Matisse to Munch, Places features landscapes and cityscapes by such artists as Atger, Cezanne, dc Chirico, and Leger; Things addresses the importance of object-like works, such as Duchamp’s Readymades, and representations of things from Picasso’s still lifes to advertising posters, Innovative juxtapositions and contexts provide a stimulating look at the beginnings of modernism”

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Edited by John Elderfield and others. New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1999. Oversized large 4to in wraps. 360 pages with 456 reproductions and photos including 235 in colour. Fine clean copy

 

MODERN STARTS — PEOPLE, PLACES, THINGS (MoMA)

160,00 DKK

In stock