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ALEX KATZ. INVENTED SYMBOLS

ALEX KATZ (1927-)

A fascinating memoir that explores the choices, challenges, people and places that former artist Alex Katz\'s unique artistic vision. \"Invented Symbols\" is a memoir of the artist\'s education in art and aesthetics, beginning with his parents - Russian emigres involved in theatre - to his choice of a high school because it offered the possibility of drawing from antique casts, to his acceptance at the Cooper Union, to his decision to become a fine artist, and beyond. Edited by the artist\'s son from tape recordings the artist made by himself, this collection of autobiographical passages is unique in that it is not based on interviews but is rather a text composed by the artist in his natural voice, giving readers an unprecedented insight into his work, his process, and the challenges of he faced.
 
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Emne Nutidskunst
Kunstner KATZ, Alex
Forfatter Vincent Katz, Phong Bui & Sharon Corwin
Sprog Engelsk tekst
Illustrationer 76 ill. i farver og S/H
Format / Sideantal 21 x 15 cm / 96 sider
Udgivelsesår 2012
Indbinding Heftet
Forlag Edizioni Charta
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ISBN 9788881588404
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ALEX KATZ (1927-)

A fascinating memoir that explores the choices, challenges, people and places that former artist Alex Katz\'s unique artistic vision. \"Invented Symbols\" is a memoir of the artist\'s education in art and aesthetics, beginning with his parents - Russian emigres involved in theatre - to his choice of a high school because it offered the possibility of drawing from antique casts, to his acceptance at the Cooper Union, to his decision to become a fine artist, and beyond. Edited by the artist\'s son from tape recordings the artist made by himself, this collection of autobiographical passages is unique in that it is not based on interviews but is rather a text composed by the artist in his natural voice, giving readers an unprecedented insight into his work, his process, and the challenges of he faced.