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"I can only work in my workshop… or if you prefer, I can’t work anywhere else… But when I say my workshop, I don’t necessarily mean the one I’m lucky enough to have at the moment. When I was working in an attic room, it was the same… The workshop, you see, is the rectangle where I work, it’s my den, my cocoon, where even my wife is not allowed; it’s true, I need that…" Antoni Clavé, excerpted from A World of Art.
Published by Turner. Edited by José Francisco Yvars. Text by Pierre Daix, Alain Mousseigne, Álvaro Martínez Novillo, Albert Mercadé, Josep Casamartine.
The work of painter, printmaker, sculptor and stage designer Antoni Clavé (1913-2005) evolved from an intimiste style influenced by Bonnard and Vuillard to a pure, minimal look, in later years becoming entirely abstract. This monograph is the first complete survey since his death.