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With one of the most solid pictorial careers in twentieth century Spanish art, Albert Ràfols-Casamada was a versatile artist whose work encompassed literature and poetry as well as a substantial body of visual work. The exhibition on his work at MACBA illustrated the importance of colour in his abstract paintings, his flirtations with mysticism, the influence of North American art and his contact with Neo-Expressionism. The publication includes a selection of works from the exhibition, a series of poems by the artist, and essays by Teresa Millet, Victoria Combalía, Jean-Pascal Léger and others.

Technical details

Publication date:
2001
Author:
Collection:
Other
Support:
Pages:
230
Illustrations:
185
Editorial category:
Exhibitions
Design:

Design by Manuel Granell

Editions:
Spa 978-84-482-2729-6
Cat/Eng 978-84-482-2730-2
I believe an artwork should leave the viewer perplexed, make him reflect on the meaning of life
Antoni Tàpies