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- DescriptionFor many, the name Richard Segalman conjures up a vision of light-infused paintings of women gathered on a beach, gazing out the window of a New York City brownstone, or dressed in costumes from ather era. But just as Edgar Degas, approaching his 60th year, surprised gallery goers with an exhibition t of ballerinas or race horses, but of highly atmospheric motype landscapes, so too does Segalman surprise us with this exceptional collection of motypes he began to produce in 1993, at nearly 60. The significance of Segalman's shift into this medium is most powerfully conveyed through his arresting black-and-white prints that range from anymous crowds on Coney Island beaches or New York City streets to a solitary figure in private contemplation. This mochromatic focus makes perfect sense: Segalman's first gallery appearance in New York a sold-out show that gave him the courage to embrace the life of an artist consisted entirely of black-and-white charcoal drawings, several stunning examples of which open this book.
- Author BiographyIn addition to writing for Sotheby's, the Guggenheim Museum, and numerous individual artists, Susan Forrest Castle has written on art, architecture, and garden design for a variety of national publications. She also created, wrote, and coproduced Quilt, a multimedia online show for MSN.
- Author(s)Susan Forrest Castle
- PublisherThe Artist Book Foundation
- Date of Publication29/07/2015
- SubjectIndividual Artists / Art Monographs
- Place of PublicationNew York
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintThe Artist Book Foundation
- Content Note94 col., 3 b.&w.
- Weight1769 g
- Width279 mm
- Height305 mm
- Spine25 mm
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