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John T. Spike

Editorial: Lagerquist, US, 2002
ISBN 10: 0972255001 / ISBN 13: 9780972255004
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Librería: Atlanta Vintage Books (Atlanta, GA, Estados Unidos de America)
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Editorial: Lagerquist, US

Año de publicación: 2002

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro: Near Fine

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Ejemplar firmado: By Artist

Edición: First Edition


Signed by artist on title page. Pages are clean, binding is tight. Covers are clean and unmarked. Dust jacket is clean and bright. Bumping and rubbing to top edge of spine. N° de ref. de la librería 99371

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Sinopsis: Dennis Campay is a 52 year old painter based in Atlanta and Jacksonville. Whitewashed porticoes and weathered steps descending into cool dark water are his recurrent images, yet his paintings are not memorials to antebellum architecture, nor is the South his subject.

In this first book on the artist, noted critic John T. Spike tells the story of Campay's early travails and unending apprenticeship, and concludes that none of those lessons was lost, or useless: 'His age-old themes of homelessness and exile have never been more urgently felt: this is why his paintings are new.' And Spike paraphrases Faulkner to pose the question, 'Can the South's best new painter make his mark outside his native soil?'

Dennis Campay: New Paintings is the evidence he is making that mark already.

Campay: New Paintings contains 70 full page reproductions of mixed-media works by Southern painter Dennis Campay.

Biografía del autor: John T. Spike is an internationally respected critic and historian of art. Born in New York City in 1951, Spike graduated from Wesleyan and earned his PhD from Harvard in 1979. He began his career in art criticism in 1978 as New York Correspondent of the London based Burlington Magazine.

Spike has written books and exhibition catelogues on many contemporary artists in New York City and Italy. His Fairfield Porter: An American classic (1992) is the standard work on the artist. He was named Director of the Biennale Internazionale dell'Arte Contmporanea in Florence, Italy in 1998.

Author of 23 books to date, Spikes works of the past decade include monographs on Masaccio (1996), Fra Angelico(1997), Mattia Preti (1999) and Caravaggio (2001).

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