Daniel Buren & Alberto Giacometti - Œuvres contemporaines, 1964-1966

A comparative vision on the work of two artists over a two-year period that was decisive in each of them' careers (the implementation of the system and the definition of the "visual tool" - the stripe motif - for Buren / the period corresponding to what is now called "the ultimate work" for Giacometti) and raises the issue of their relevance today.

Published on the occasion of the eponymous exhibition at kamel mennour Gallery, Paris, from April to July 2010.

published in October 2010
bilingual edition (English / French)
21 x 27 cm (hardcover)
144 pages (50 color ill.)

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