Julian Schnabel

Designed by Julian Schnabel, this volume presents more than 300 of the artist’s works – many never exhibited or published before. Beginning with Schnabel’s earliest sketches and paintings from the late-1960s, the book moves on to his rise to the top of the art world of the 1980s, with works such as “Portrait of Andy Warhol” from 1982 (one of many critically acclaimed broken-plate paintings included here) and “Pope Clement of Rome” from 1987. The book then covers Schnabel’s later paintings, including the massively scaled “Big Girls” series, and work in photography, sculpture and film. More artist scrapbook than monograph, the book’s text consists of telling excerpts from Schnabel’s own interviews, essays and notes, along with works of poetry and fiction that have inspired his work.

Text: Schnabel Julian . cm 27,5×36,5; pp. 368; COL; hardcover. Publisher: Harry N. Abrams, New York, 2003.

ISBN: 9780810946339 | 0810946335

ID: AM-8291

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Designed by Julian Schnabel, this volume presents more than 300 of the artist’s works – many never exhibited or published before. Beginning with Schnabel’s earliest sketches and paintings from the late-1960s, the book moves on to his rise to the top of the art world of the 1980s, with works such as “Portrait of Andy Warhol” from 1982 (one of many critically acclaimed broken-plate paintings included here) and “Pope Clement of Rome” from 1987. The book then covers Schnabel’s later paintings, including the massively scaled “Big Girls” series, and work in photography, sculpture and film. More artist scrapbook than monograph, the book’s text consists of telling excerpts from Schnabel’s own interviews, essays and notes, along with works of poetry and fiction that have inspired his work.

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