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Robert Mangold
The Staff of Phaidon Press Ltd.
0714838195
January 2000
Hardcover
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Book Description
Robert Mangold is a pre-eminent figure in post-war painting. His large, gently curving paintings are among the most majestically beautiful abstract works of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. In contrast to the sober austerity of his Minimalist peers, with whom he is often associated, Mangold uses unusual, subtle colours and soft, hand-drawn geometries, endowing his large-scale paintings with a unique sensibility and presence. This is the first major monograph on one of most significant contemporary painters working today and is a timely retrospective on his work, made in close association with the artist himself. Mangold’s work is celebrated in this important book by some of contemporary art’s most prestigious writers. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.


Robert Mangold
Robert Storr
0714844489
October 2004
Paperback
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Book Description
Robert Mangold is a pre-eminent figure in post-war painting. His large, gently curving paintings are among the most majestically beautiful abstract works of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. In contrast to the sober austerity of his Minimalist peers, with whom he is often associated, Mangold uses unusual, subtle colours and soft, hand-drawn geometries, endowing his large-scale paintings with a unique sensibility and presence. This is the first major monograph on one of most significant contemporary painters working today and is a timely retrospective on his work, made in close association with the artist himself. Mangold’s work is celebrated in this important book by some of contemporary art’s most prestigious writers.

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Robert Mangold: Jawlensky Award
Robert Mangold
3928342983
March 2005
Hardcover
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Book Description
This catalogue to the exhibition at the Kunstverein St. Gallen focuses on the work of American artist Robert Mangold, who occupies a key position in today's painting world. This broad survey is of considerable significance within the context of discourse on contemporary non-relational painting, and presents the Mangold's paintings from 1984 to 1997 in full-color well reproduced plates. Essay by Volker Rattemeyer. Introduction by Renate Petzinger and Susanna Singer. Hardcover, 9.5 x 11.5 in./242 pgs / 199 color and 11 b&w.

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