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HANS HOFMANN. THE CHIMBOTE PROJECT - The Synergistic Promise of Modern Art and Urban Architecture

HANS HOFFMANN (1880-1966)

Hofmann was one of the most influential European artists in the birth of American abstract expressionism. This catalogue contains the pieces that Hofmann conceived to decorate the church in Chimbote, Perú, commissioned to the Catalan architect Josep-Lluís Sert but never built.This publication extensively documents the proposal in its historical context, aiming to offer a wider interpretation on the twentieth-century project of a renewed collaboration between art and architecture.

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Emne Abstrakt ekspressionisme
Kunstner HOFMANN, Hans
Forfatter Edited by: Xavier Costa
Sprog Engelsk tekst
Illustrationer 52 ill, heraf 33 i farver
Format / Sideantal 21 x 17 cm / 142 sider
Udgivelsesår 2004
Indbinding Indbundet
Forlag Museu dÀrt Contemporani de Barcelona
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Antal
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ISBN 8489771073
Lev. 3 dage

HANS HOFFMANN (1880-1966)

Hofmann was one of the most influential European artists in the birth of American abstract expressionism. This catalogue contains the pieces that Hofmann conceived to decorate the church in Chimbote, Perú, commissioned to the Catalan architect Josep-Lluís Sert but never built.This publication extensively documents the proposal in its historical context, aiming to offer a wider interpretation on the twentieth-century project of a renewed collaboration between art and architecture.