Willem de Kooning (ISBN: 9783822821350)

Willem de Kooning (ISBN: 9783822821350)
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The leader of the abstract expressionists

"If you pick up some paint with your brush and make somebody"s nose with it, this is rather ridiculous... It"s really absurd to make an image, like a human image, with paint, today. " —Willem de Kooning

Dutch-born American painter Willem de Kooning (1904-1997) was a leader of the abstract expressionist movement. Inspired by Arshile Gorky to abandon the realist style that had dominated his work in the 1930s, he began experimenting with abstraction in the 1940s and quickly gained critical success. His monumental Woman series of the 1950s—characterized by wild color and aggressive overtones— was received with both controversy and acclaim. He continued to paint until the late 1980s, leaving behind a vast and impressive body of work.

About the Series:
Every book in TASCHEN"s Basic Art Series features:

* a detailed chronological summary of the artist"s life and work, covering the cultural and historical importance of the artist
* approximately 100 color illustrations with explanatory captions
* a concise biography

About the author:
Barbara Hess (b. 1964) is an art historian, critic and translator, resident in Cologne. Her numerous articles on contemporary art have featured in Camera Austria, Flash Art, Kunst-Bulletin and Texte zur Kunst. She co-curated the touring exhibition Ready to Shoot: Fernsehgalerie Gerry Schum/videogalerie schum at the Kunsthalle Du"sseldorf and the Muse"e d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. Her TASCHEN titles include a monograph on Willem de Kooning.
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