This is the first career monograph on the work of Arnaud Maggs. Internationally acclaimed, Arnaud Maggs (b. 1926) is best known for his stark but intimate portrait studies. This exquisitely illustrated monograph features original essays, an interview with Maggs, and a biography describing four decades of a singular artistic practice. Among many projects featured are his internationally acclaimed portraits of Joseph Beuys (1989); Notification (1996), photographs of envelopes used for mailing death notices in 19th century France; and Nomenclature (2006), photographs of two seminal studies on colour published in the 19th century. English/French text.
Publisher: National Gallery of Canada
Number of pages: 240
Dimensions: 292 x 242 mm
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