Bellegarde: The Quest for Color 1944-2005 Gilles Bastianelli

ISBN: 9782850569296

Published: October 28th 2006

Hardcover

215 pages


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Bellegarde: The Quest for Color 1944-2005  by  Gilles Bastianelli

Bellegarde: The Quest for Color 1944-2005 by Gilles Bastianelli
October 28th 2006 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 215 pages | ISBN: 9782850569296 | 8.58 Mb

Claude Bellegarde holds a singular position in contemporary art. His early work anticipated the achromaticism of the early 1950s. When he reinvented himself with the use of color, his successors--Manzoni, Ryman and others--were making their mark withMoreClaude Bellegarde holds a singular position in contemporary art.

His early work anticipated the achromaticism of the early 1950s. When he reinvented himself with the use of color, his successors--Manzoni, Ryman and others--were making their mark with the use of white. In the 1970s, his human lifes (as opposed to still lifes), typograms and chromatic cubicles exposed interior landscapes. Bellegarde also explored the melding of paint and organic materials to capture the effects of color in space: the ephemeral moment of first sight. Today, his use of gray is informed by his experience with color.



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