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Paul Zweitnig-Rotterdam Painting Sculpture Projects/ Malerei Skultur Projekte 1953-2004

Aigner, Carl (ed) Paul-Zweitnig-Rotterdam (paintings etc)

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ISBN 10: 3791332864 / ISBN 13: 9783791332864
Editorial: Prestel, Munchen, 2004, 2004
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29.0 x 22.0cms, 252pp, colour illusts, fine hardcover issued without dustwrapper (English & German text). This is the first monograph of Zweitnig-Rotterdam's spectacularly successful career. It catalogues 475 of his paintings as well as his sculpture, installations and performances. Dore Ashton; Kenneth Wahl; Alvin Martin; Joachim Rossl and Manfred Wagner have contributed essays. N° de ref. de la librería 103984

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Título: Paul Zweitnig-Rotterdam Painting Sculpture ...

Editorial: Prestel, Munchen, 2004

Año de publicación: 2004

Encuadernación: Hardcover

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The first retrospective of the New York resident, Austrian-born artist's work over the past half-century. Paul Rotterdam was born in Vienna and emigrated to the U.S. in the 1960's. Thematically as well as technically, Rotterdam can be called an abstract expressionist. But looking beyond the delicate steeliness of his canvases, which are reminiscent of Rothko, Kandinksy, Klee and Mondrian, the influence of nature and landscape is readily apparent. A member of the New York School his paintings are part of the permanent collections of the great New York collections in the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan. This monograph displays Rotterdam's creative journey, in which he has found the fragile balance between emotion and reason, imagination and form.

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