Essays by Helmuth F. Braun and Miresi.
Published by Charta
Berlin, radically changed after the fall of its wall, represents an ideal challenge to an artist. Influenced by these changes and new architecture, Italian painter Miresi transforms structures into expressions of life, of energy, and of the dynamics she strongly perceives in the city's spirit and atmosphere. With her vertical lines, bold colors and sharp contours, she has banished man and nature so as to emphasize the solitary power of architecture.
STATUS: Out of print | 5/1/2009
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