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DATE 8/15/2022

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DATE 8/13/2022

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"São Cosme e Damião" (2014) is reproduced from
CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 1/1/2022

Happy New Year from Artbook | D.A.P.!

This year, we can think on no better artist than Beatriz Milhazes to ring us into the new year. We love the optimism, the energy, the color (of course!) and the full-on embrace of mysterious, organic life. "Milhazes makes explicit the solidarity that exists between ornament and ecology," Yuko Hasegawa writes in Avenida Paulista, the gorgeous new release from DelMonico Books and MASP. "The mechanics of how the eye moves causes our dancing gaze to spin out and turn toward that which surrounds us, thereby coming into a tactile encounter with our microenvironment and our ambient surroundings. Geometry, order, the rhythm of life, systems of production, how these systems are visualized—these ecological circuits and relationships are embedded in the processes by which sensibility becomes structured. This is why the artist’s work seems to cleave so closely to our lives and exist alongside it. The intelligence that her work thereby achieves belongs to—or perhaps depends on—a higher order that transcends modernism and the realm of the human." Featured image is "São Cosme e Damião" (2014).

Beatriz Milhazes: Avenida Paulista

Beatriz Milhazes: Avenida Paulista

DELMONICO BOOKS/MUSEU DE ARTE DE SãO PAULO
Hbk, 8 x 10.75 in. / 370 pgs / 280 color.

$75.00  free shipping





Happy Mother's Day!

DATE 5/8/2022

Happy Mother's Day!