Sam Francis, one of the world's preeminent Abstract Expressionists, first traveled to Japan in 1957. There, the California painter quickly established studios and residences and became active in a circle of avant-garde artists, writers, filmmakers, architects, and composers. This first full-length monograph, published in cooperation with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, explores an important aspect of postwar art: the dialogue between Eastern and Western sensibilities that prefigured the global inter-connectedness and cross-cultural exchange of our own era.
- Richard Speer - 224 pages - 9.25 inches W x 11.75 inches L x 1.1 inches H - Hardcover - Scheidegger and Spiess - 2020 - Drawings & Paintings - Item #: 978-3858818614
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