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Ruby Gold, Galerie Zink, Seubersdorf (DE), 12.9.–18.10.2020 Opening weekend: 12.–13.9.2020, 14.30–19.00 Uhr German artist Karl Fritsch belongs to the International avantgarde in the field of artistic jewelry. Trained as a…
Modern Shapes Gallery, Antwerp (BE), 10.9.–4.10.2020 Opening: Thursday, September 10, 5 p.m. The Antwerp Modern Shapes Gallery is happy to present the minimalist yet intimate work of Spanish artist Enric Mestre. These…
Sørlandets Kunstmuseum, Kristiansand (NO), 4.9.2020–24.1.2020 Opening: 27.9.2020 The Southern Norwegian Sørlandets Kunstmuseum presents the work of Gunnar S. Gundersen (1921–1983), one of the most important post-war artists in Norway. There,…
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Especially Marc Heiremans research on Italian Murano glass establishes his reputation as an international expert. In this capacity he was instrumental in the developments of several important glass collections in Europe and North America.
Marc Heiremans is the author of many standard publications among which Seguso Vetri D’Arte and Verteria Aureliano Toso.
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arnoldsche Art Publishers offers a unique list of titles in the fields of fine art, applied art and design. Our focus is on the comprehensive coverage of selected subject areas within the applied and fine arts as well as monographs on outstanding exponents of the arts.
As an internationally active publisher of art books, Arnoldsche collaborates with numerous important museums, collections and galleries throughout Europe, North America and Asia. Top-quality content, design and production make Arnoldsche books – most of which are bilingual publications – indispensable works of reference for collectors and specialists.
ARNOLDSCHE ART PUBLISHERS PROGRAM AUTUMN/SPRING 2020
Art has always been the stage and means of a lively internationalism, as illustrated here in our new autumn releases: In Tikimania, the “Young Wild One” Bernd Zimmer embarks on a search for traces in the South Seas to discover new colors and motifs. The Norwegian artist Thorvald Hellesen finds international recognition in the 1920s Parisian avant-garde circles of Picasso, Léger, and Brâncuși. While in exile in New York, Piet Mondrian encounters the American Charmion von Wiegand and sets off with her on an intense artistic collaboration. All are pioneering examples of real-life internationalism and a prolific pluralism in art.