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CHRISTO AND JEANNE-CLAUDE: THE UMBRELLAS: JAPAN-USA (SIGNERET LUKSUS UDGAVE)

CHRISTO (1935-) OG JEAN CLAUDE (1935-2009)

SPECIALUDGAVE i et oplag på 2500. Dette er nr. 480. 

Signeret af Christo og Jean-Claude samt fotografen Wolfgang Volz.

The artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude have famously tied up Berlin's Reichstag with miles of silvery fabric, wrapped the Pont Neuf in Paris, and circled the islands in Biscayne Bay with flamingo pink fabric. Each project may only be on view a short time, but each is the result of years of planning, scouting, wrangling with local permitting agencies, and documenting the whole process. The sale of drawings and notes finances the enterprise. The Umbrellas: Japan-USA contains two volumes of documentation for a project to install and then open 3,100 umbrellas (nearly 20 feet high and over 28 feet wide when unfurled) in two countries in the fall of 1991. Volume one is filled with maps, sketches, diagrams of the specially designed umbrellas, and black-and-white photographs of the artists on location meeting with officials and landowners whose property would be used for the installation. In volume two, the project comes to gorgeous fruition. Hundreds of color photographs of azure blue umbrellas in Japan and sunflower yellow ones in California fill the book. (Full-page swatches of the actual fabric show the intensity of the colors.) We begin to understand the monumental scope of the project in photographs taken from all angles: aerial shots with a long view, views from underneath, forests of umbrellas in rice paddies and running for miles along the California highway. Only 2,500 copies of this special collector's edition exist, each signed and numbered by the artists.

Pris ved 1 3.998,00 DKK

Emne Installations kunst/lys kunst
Kunstner CHRISTO og JEANNE-CLAUDE
Forfatter Christo, Jeanne-Claude og Masahiko Yanagi
Sprog Engelsk tekst
Illustrationer 3194 ill. i fraver
Format / Sideantal 27 x 29 cm / 1422 sider
Udgivelsesår 1998
Indbinding Indbundet + kassette
Forlag Taschen
Antikvarisk
Antal
Køb
ISBN 3822874779
Lev. 3 dage

CHRISTO (1935-) OG JEAN CLAUDE (1935-2009)

SPECIALUDGAVE i et oplag på 2500. Dette er nr. 480. 

Signeret af Christo og Jean-Claude samt fotografen Wolfgang Volz.

The artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude have famously tied up Berlin's Reichstag with miles of silvery fabric, wrapped the Pont Neuf in Paris, and circled the islands in Biscayne Bay with flamingo pink fabric. Each project may only be on view a short time, but each is the result of years of planning, scouting, wrangling with local permitting agencies, and documenting the whole process. The sale of drawings and notes finances the enterprise. The Umbrellas: Japan-USA contains two volumes of documentation for a project to install and then open 3,100 umbrellas (nearly 20 feet high and over 28 feet wide when unfurled) in two countries in the fall of 1991. Volume one is filled with maps, sketches, diagrams of the specially designed umbrellas, and black-and-white photographs of the artists on location meeting with officials and landowners whose property would be used for the installation. In volume two, the project comes to gorgeous fruition. Hundreds of color photographs of azure blue umbrellas in Japan and sunflower yellow ones in California fill the book. (Full-page swatches of the actual fabric show the intensity of the colors.) We begin to understand the monumental scope of the project in photographs taken from all angles: aerial shots with a long view, views from underneath, forests of umbrellas in rice paddies and running for miles along the California highway. Only 2,500 copies of this special collector's edition exist, each signed and numbered by the artists.