Considered one of the foremost Belgian artists, Philippe Vandenberg (1952–2009) was a prolific painter whose oeuvre features a series of radical stylistic and thematic shifts, reflecting an existential philosophy both in his restless personal trajectory and his responses to varying sociocultural changes.
Pbk, 9 x 11.5 in. / 236 pgs / 243 color / 112 bw. | 8/22/2017 | In stock $40.00
Published by Hauser & Wirth Publishers. Edited with text by Wouter Davidts. Text by David Anfam, John Welchman, Merel van Tilburg, Raphaël Pirenne, Anna Dezeuze, Maarten Liefooghe, Jo Applin. Interviews by Ronny Delrue.
Using image, word and symbol, Vandenberg challenged the ethical context of the work of art, wrestling with universal themes such as war, religion, movement, sexuality and death.
This monograph includes an introduction from the book’s editor, Wouter Davidts; a text from David Anfam, Senior Consulting Curator at the Clyfford Still Museum; and an interview between the artist and his contemporary Ronny Delrue. Also included are transcriptions of a seminar focused on the artist’s work held in 2016 at his former atelier.
Published by MER. Paper Kunsthalle. Foreword by Mary Doyle. Text by Jo Applin.
Considered one of Belgium’s foremost painters, Phillippe Vandenberg (1952–2009) filled hundreds of sketchbooks with drawings that explore difficult subjects of human suffering and cruelty in a style both urgent and playful. This volume offers a selection of drawings spanning 1990 until the artist’s death.
PUBLISHER MER. Paper Kunsthalle
BOOK FORMAT Flexi, 8 x 11 in. / 136 pgs / 50 color.
PUBLISHING STATUS Pub Date 4/25/2017 Active
DISTRIBUTION D.A.P. Exclusive Catalog: FALL 2017 p. 178
PRODUCT DETAILS ISBN 9789492321404FLAT40 List Price: $45.00 CDN $60.00
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