This fully illustrated catalogue was published to accompany the exhibition, Alexander Calder: MULTUM IN PARVO and features archival material, installation photography, and original sketches by Santiago Calatrava that reveal the architectural process in response to Calder’s ideas and work. The book also includes commissioned essays by Jed Perl, art historian and author currently at work on the first full-length biography of Alexander Calder, and Paul Goldberger, Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic, as well as poems by Karl Shapiro and John Updike.
Publisher: Dominique Lévy Texts: Paul Goldberger, Jed Perl, Karl Shapiro, John Updike Publication Date: 2015 Binding: Hardcover Dimensions: 9 x 11 3/4 inches (25.4 x 34.3 cm) Pages: 164 ISBN: 9780986060656
Produced to accompany the 2015 exhibition at Dominique Lévy New York, Body and Matter invites new insights into Kazuo Shiraga's extraordinary oeuvre through juxtaposition with the art of Japanese ceramist Satoru Hoshino. The fully-illustrated catalogue includes poetic writings by both artists as well as original essays by curator Koichi Kawasaki and noted art historian John Rajchman.
Publisher: Dominique Lévy Texts: Koichi Kawasaki, John Rajchman Publication Date: 2015 Binding: Hardcover Dimensions: 9 1/4 x 12 inches (23.5 x 30.5 cm) Pages: 127 ISBN: 9780986060670
This fully illustrated publication features texts by curator Chus Martínez, head of the Institute of Art of the FHNW Academy of Arts and Design in Basel, Switzerland, art historian and critic Kaira Cabañas, and Gego's grandson, Daniel Crespin, as well as previously unpublished archival material. The book also includes “GEGO,” a new poem by writer, visual artist, and composer Anne Tardos, exploring the artist’s poetics of the line and performing a linguistic intervention in her work.
Publisher: Dominique Lévy Texts: Sandra Antelo-Suarez, Jesus Fuenmayor, Kaira Cabañas, Daniel Crespin, Chus Martínez, Anne Tardos Publication Date: 2015 Binding: Softcover Dimensions: 9 x 13.25 inches Pages: 168 ISBN: 9780986060649
Dominique Lévy, in collaboration with Axel Vervoordt Gallery, is pleased to publish the first definitive English-language monograph on Shiraga’s work. Titled Kazuo Shiraga, this volume includes innovative scholarly essays on Shiraga’s artistic practice and the ways in which it was inspired by both Western action painting and ancient Japanese Buddhist ritual; previously unpublished archival material pertaining to Shiraga’s career; and selected writings by Shiraga in English translation. Kazuo Shiraga also features a complete facsimile of the artist’s personal scrapbook of photographs documenting his public performances and painting process – a rare treasure never before seen by the public.
Publishers: Dominique Lévy & Axel Vervoordt Gallery Texts: Shoichi Hirai, Koichi Kawasaki, Jean-Hubert Martin, Alfred Pacquement, John Rajchman, Antoni Tàpies, Ming Tiampo, Reiko Tomii Publication Date: 2015 Binding: Hardcover Dimensions: 9 1/4 x 12 inches (23.5 x 30.5 cm) Pages: 295 ISBN: 9780986060687