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Phaidon 'The Art Book'

'The Art Book'

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This revised edition of 'The Art Book', Phaidon's popular and enduring A-Z compilation of seminal artists, continues to engage and inform. Originally published 16 years ago, this is the book's third update and it now includes an additional 40 artists — a mix of both previously overlooked and marginal practitioners including Takashi Murakami, Louise Nevelson, Hilma af Klint, El Anatsui and Judy Chicago. The book now covers over 600 artists across a range of periods, schools, visions and techniques for an unapparelled visual anthology that will quickly prove indispensable.
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This revised edition of 'The Art Book', Phaidon's popular and enduring A-Z compilation of seminal artists, continues to engage and inform. Originally published 16 years ago, this is the book's third update and it now includes an additional 40 artists — a mix of both previously overlooked and marginal practitioners including Takashi Murakami, Louise Nevelson, Hilma af Klint, El Anatsui and Judy Chicago. The book now covers over 600 artists across a range of periods, schools, visions and techniques for an unapparelled visual anthology that will quickly prove indispensable.
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Wallpaper* says
This revised edition of 'The Art Book', Phaidon's popular and enduring A-Z compilation of seminal artists, continues to engage and inform. Originally published 16 years ago, this is the book's third update and it now includes an additional 40 artists — a mix of both previously overlooked and marginal practitioners including Takashi Murakami, Louise Nevelson, Hilma af Klint, El Anatsui and Judy Chicago. The book now covers over 600 artists across a range of periods, schools, visions and techniques for an unapparelled visual anthology that will quickly prove indispensable.
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Length 245mm
Width 210mm
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Technical
Paper
Length 245mm
Width 210mm
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