For this fourth edition of the Hermès Éditeur project, Hermès invites Argentinian Julio Le Parc (born 1928) to appropriate its emblematic silk scarf. Le Parc, a famed proponent of kinetic and Op art, has produced 60 silk creations with his characteristic abstact designs.
Published by Hatje Cantz. Edited by Hans-Michael Herzog, Katrin Steffen. Text by Alexander Alberro, Bettina Kaufmann, Julio Le Parc, Käthe Walser. Interview by Hans-Michael Herzog.
Argentine artist Julio Le Parc (born 1928) makes use of mechanical light devices and reflective mobiles to create a vivid interplay of light and motion. Featuring objects from the Daros Latin America Collection, this publication offers a comprehensive overview of these kinetic works.
Published by Hatje Cantz Publishers. Essay by Sébastian Lopez. Conversation with Michael Hans Herzog.
Le Parc Lumi¿re focuses on a single, key aspect of Julio Le Parc's work--his preoccupation with changing light. Le Parc, born in 1928 in Mendoza, Argentina, is one of the world's best-known kinetic artists. By 1958 he had moved to Paris and begun creating his first light works and mobiles, most of which were made in the 1960s, while he and other young artists, including Fran°ois Morellet, were founding and developing GRAV (Groupe de Recherche d'Art Visuel). This large-format publication contains a comprehensive selection of those works that use both light and movement. It also includes an essay from Sebastin LÄpez and an interview with the artist that is full of insights into his world and his work.