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Ellsworth Kelly

An exquisitely produced large-format, 368-page volume, Ellsworth Kelly is the iconic artist’s monograph. With an image selection and sequence developed in close collaboration with the artist, the volume presents his body of work from its earliest stages of development to the present day. The book’s slab-like red slipcase evokes the direct power of Kelly’s monochromatic works, while the interior layouts crisply and clearly present both the works and a comprehensive set of texts. Tricia Paik’s biographical text and chronology, based on recent interviews, are accompanied by essays from notable historians and critics Robert Storr, Richard Shiff, Gavin Delahunty, and Gary Garrels.

12 × 9 ⅜ inches
368 pages, hardcover

Adam Michaels, Anna Rieger