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Ellsworth Kelly: A Retrospective

Ellsworth Kelly: A Retrospective

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Diane Waldman

Published to conincide with the 2011 exhibition at The Guggenheim in New York.   The catalogue spans five decades, beginning in the late 1940s when Kelly formulated a visual language that he has continued to elaborate and explore throughout his artistic career. Interested in the work of Arp, Matisse and other European artists, Kelly developed his own style of abstraction while working in Paris after the Second World War. Following his arrival in New York in 1954, Kelly continued to work independently, creating flatly painted geometric works at odds with the gestural brushwork of Abstract Expressionism, the dominant style of American abstraction.

This book is out of print and in used condition.  Light spine wear, some scuffs on front and back cover.

Published: Guggenheim Museum 2011
Dimensions: 11.5 x 10.6 x 1.2 inches, 336 pages, illustrated throughout

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