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9782844263933 €39.56

Summary

Interweaving the history of art, philosophical theories and concepts, and contemporary practices, this book invite the reader to ponder this paradoxical presentation of the void: how can you show something while showing nothing?

Description

How have artists, architects, philosophers and musicians understood notions of emptiness and absence throughout the twentieth century? The question is asked through a retrospective of "empty exhibitions" we have already seen, those by Yves Klein, Robert Barry, Michael Asher, Maria Eichhorn or Stanley Brouwn.

Characteristics

  • Binding: Hardback
  • Language: French
EAN
9782844263933
Number of pages
448
Number of illustrations
300
Publication date
Dimensions
210 mm x 280 mm x 34 mm
Author
Publisher
Centre Pompidou
Categories
Books, Monograph and art movements
Topics
Interdisciplinarity