Charles Sheeler - Une modernité radicale
Gilles Mora, Theodore E. Stebbins Jr. , Karen E. Haas
A superb monograph dedicated to Charles Sheeler, photographer and painter, really famous for his photographs of the Ford plant in River Rouge (1927).
The quality of the texts and print is undeniable but, one can only regret the lack of colour for the paintings.
This book comes with the exhibition "The photography of Charles Sheeler
: American Modernist" : Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (October 23, 2002 - February 2, 2003),
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (June 3, 2003August 17, 2003), Stadelsches Kunstinstitut und Stadtische Galerie, Frankfurt, Germany (january-march 2004),
Albertina, Vienna, Austria (late spring - early summer 2004) and Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit (september - december 2004).
Tranlated from English.
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