Hilma af Klint: The Complete Catalogue Raisonne (7 Volumes)
30.4cm x 40cm. 7 volumes, colour illustrations. Cloth, illustrated onlays, slipcase.
“Hilma af Klint became known to a wider audience in 2013, nearly 70 years after her death, in conjunction with Moderna Museet’s Stockholm exhibition Hilma af Klint: Abstract Pioneer. Six years later, her work was exhibited at the Guggenheim Museum in New York. Both exhibitions saw record numbers of visitors, and today she is one of the world’s most acclaimed artists. The paintings in the catalogue raisonne are presented in the same order as Olof Sundstrom, also a follower of anthroposophy, numbered them in 1945, based on Hilma af Klint’s notes. The forewords to the volumes are short and concise. They present facts about the works rather than interpretations. The works are printed in an exclusive edition designed by Patric Leo housed in a specially produced slipcase to hold all seven volumes.” (publisher’s blurb) Edited by Daniel Birnbaum and Kurt Almqvist.
. New Book.
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