Cahiers d’Art has the pleasure to announce the publication of the Kim Yong-Ik monograph which submerges the reader into the artist’s work development from the past until today. The publication also focuses on the time the artist spent in Paris in 2018 and at Cahiers d’Art, resulting in an exhibition with prints made at Idem print studio.
Cahiers d'Art presents a monograph dedicated to Ellsworth Kelly, co-edited by Centre Pompidou
"Light is what binds my works together, as if I am balancing light and shadow." - Lucas Arruda
The first monograph on Lucas Arruda explores, across a selection of the artist's most beautiful works, his pursuit of light in his sky, sea and jungle paintings. With texts by Fernanda Brenner (curator and director of Pivô, an independent art center in São Paolo) and Chris Sharp (curator and independent writer based in Mexico), as well as an introduction by CAHIERS D’ART publisher Staffan Ahrenberg and excerpts from a conversation between Lucas Arruda and Hans Ulrich Obrist.
Written by Kelly scholar Yve-Alain Bois in direct collaboration with the artist, this comprehensive multivolume publication contains exhaustive documentation of each of Kelly’s paintings, sculptures, and reliefs.
Pairing a selection of recent watercolors from 2011 and 2012 by Thomas Schütte with a selection of previously unpublished poems written by Robert Walser in Bern between 1924 and 1933, this book is a deeply personal exploration of our everyday selves, choreographed by one of our most important living artist.
'Pablo Picasso par Christian Zervos,' known by many simply as ‘the Zervos,’ remains the most trusted reference to the works of Picasso.