KAWS: WHAT PARTY, Black on Pink edition

Essays by Daniel Birnbaum and Eugenie Tsai
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KAWS: WHAT PARTY, Black on Pink edition

Essays by Daniel Birnbaum and Eugenie Tsai
Цена: 3000 грн
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ID: 13728
Издательство: Phaidon
Переплёт: Hardcover, 24 x 30.5 cm
Количество страниц: 256; illustrations: 1500
Год издания: 2021
Язык: English
ISBN-13: 9781838663940

A comprehensive monograph on the work of KAWS, one of the most sought-after artists and creative forces of our time

Drawing from Pop art traditions, KAWS's work straddles the line between fine art and popular culture, crossing the mediums of painting and sculpture, along with fashion, merchandise, vinyl toys, and, most recently, augmented reality. This book, made in close collaboration with the artist, features his most well-known works alongside sketches, preparatory drawings, and never-before-seen images of KAWS at work, revealing the meticulous process behind his iconic artworks. Accompanying a major retrospective exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum, it captures the artist's unique ability to reshape the ways we think about contemporary art and culture today.

About the Authors:

Daniel Birnbaum is an art critic, curator, and director of Acute Art, a virtual and augmented reality production company.

Eugenie Tsai is John and Barbara Vogelstein Senior Curator, Contemporary Art at the Brooklyn Museum.

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- Captures the magic of exciting talent at the intersection of traditional and current culture whose highly recognizable - and recognized - work is accessible and provocative, entertaining and challenging
- KAWS has a significant social media presence, with over 3 million followers on Instagram alone – 'There may be no other visual artist with as large a fan base.' – Observer
- KAWS has collaborated with brands such as Supreme, Nike, Dior, Uniqlo, and Comme des Garçons – making his name familiar to a wide and diverse audience
- Accompanies a major exhibition opening at the Brooklyn Museum, his city of residence, in February 2021 - and includes photographs from the show itself