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Riassunto: Everything narrative in the work of Swiss painter Pia Fries is eliminated so that she can concetrate on her central preoccupation, color. In her process, this former student of Gerhard Richter uses a variety of working methods: she rolls, drops, kneads, drips, and layers masses of color, creating a combination of color and texture that is remarkable compelling.
Language Notes: Text: German, English
Condizione libro: Used
Descrizione libro Kunsthalle Goppingen and Richter Verlag, Dusseldorf, 1999. hardcover. Condizione libro: very good. 108 page catalogue. Essays: "Color's vivid Strength" by Bernd Finkeldey and "So That ou Can Talk About Them" by Valeria Liebermann. Both these essays discuss the use of color in the vibrant, thickly layered , direct paintings of Pia Fries. Liebermann discusses how she "rolls, pours, drips, squeezes, presses, kneads, layers, or brushes the watery or creamy-pastose raw materials". Excellent and numberous plates of this earlier work. Codice libro della libreria 3843