One of the most fascinating women of the twentieth century, Peggy Guggenheim stands as one of the art world's most influential and flamboyant patrons. Effortlessly combining her personal and professional lives (indeed, they were almost indistinguishable) her life was marked by drama and adventure. Every aspect of that extraordinary life is reproduced in Peggy Guggenheim: A Collector's Album, beginning with her privileged childhood as a member of the wealthy and powerful Guggenheim family and ending with her settling in her Venetian palazzo on the Grand Canal. Whether posing for Man Ray or Berenice Abbott; keeping company with James Joyce, Samuel Beckett or marrying Max Ernst; or helping Jackson Pollock, Robert Motherwell or Mark Rothko to become major figures, Peggy Guggenheim had a lifetime of historic interludes with some of the most notable artists of the twentieth century. Profusely illustrated with both momentous and casual moments, the reader is afforded a look into the most private and revealing parts of Guggenheim's exceptional life.About the Author:
Laurence Tacou-Rumney is a journalist and writer who has contributed to Le Monde and Vogue among other magazines and newspapers. She conducted interviews with Octavio Paz, Jorge Amado and Gabriel Garcia Marquez which were published in the book L'Amerique Latine et la Revolution Francaise by Editions de la Decouverte/Le Monde. She lives and works in Paris, France with her four children and husband, art-book publisher Sandro Rumney, who is Peggy Guggenheim's grandson.
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Descripción Rizzoli, 2002. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110847824578
Descripción Rizzoli, 2002. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0847824578
Descripción Rizzoli, 2002. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0847824578