Front cover
Interior pages
Interior pages

Brice Marden

Catalogue

2016

Interview by Matt Connors

11 1/4 x 9 inches; (29 x 23 cm); 96 pages; 64 images; Clothbound with dust jacket

Published by Matthew Marks Gallery, NY

ISBN 978-1-880146-94-1

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Brice Marden first incorporated gesture in his paintings and drawings in the mid-1980s. Inspired by Chinese calligraphy, the wandering lines were a departure from the planes of color that had characterized his prior work. In recent years the monochrome has returned, but in a different form, subtly altered by the artist’s ongoing engagement with gesture.

This catalogue presents Marden’s first new body of work since 2012. It includes twelve paintings — monochromatic and calligraphic, with multiple panels and single panels — and forty-three drawings, all illustrated in full color. Photographs of his studios in Tivoli and Nevis offer a view on his tools and techniques, while a conversation with painter Matt Connors sheds light on Marden’s continuing evolution and influence.

$35.00 USD

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Front cover
Interior pages
Interior pages

Brice Marden

Catalogue
$35.00 USD

2016

Interview by Matt Connors

11 1/4 x 9 inches; (29 x 23 cm); 96 pages; 64 images; Clothbound with dust jacket

Published by Matthew Marks Gallery, NY

ISBN 978-1-880146-94-1

----------



 

 


 

Brice Marden first incorporated gesture in his paintings and drawings in the mid-1980s. Inspired by Chinese calligraphy, the wandering lines were a departure from the planes of color that had characterized his prior work. In recent years the monochrome has returned, but in a different form, subtly altered by the artist’s ongoing engagement with gesture.

This catalogue presents Marden’s first new body of work since 2012. It includes twelve paintings — monochromatic and calligraphic, with multiple panels and single panels — and forty-three drawings, all illustrated in full color. Photographs of his studios in Tivoli and Nevis offer a view on his tools and techniques, while a conversation with painter Matt Connors sheds light on Marden’s continuing evolution and influence.

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