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Authored by Pepe Karmel for Thames & Hudson, the Abstract Art: A Global History Book explores the origins and evolution of abstract art.Read More
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Authored by Pepe Karmel for Thames & Hudson, the Abstract Art: A Global History Book explores the origins and evolution of abstract art.
Visualised across hundreds of images, the hardback tome details the subject through five chapters: Bodies, Landscapes, Cosmologies, Architectures and Signs and Patterns.
Walter and Eva Neurath founded Thames & Hudson in 1949, and it remains independent and family-owned to this day. The founders' ambition to curate a museum without walls prevails, bringing enticing publishings about the arts to the masses, in style.
- An exploration of abstract art
- With hundreds of images
- Detailed across five chapters