Carol Rama by Carol Rama, Corrado Levi, Maria Cristina Mundici
Carol Rama by Carol Rama, Corrado Levi, Maria Cristina Mundici

Carol Rama

by Carol Rama, Corrado Levi, Maria Cristina Mundici

Contributions by Rudi Fuchs, Paolo Fossati
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Recently the subject of a critically acclaimed exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, Carol Rama has been creating highly personal paintings and collages since 1936. A contemporary of Meret Oppenheim and Man Ray, this vibrant, reckless, and often shocking 80 year old is finally getting the international recognition her joyous work deserves. Demonstrating a recklessness that underpins her art as it has from the beginning, this book traces Rama and her career from 1936 to the present and includes her intense and elegant paintings inspired by the "mad cow" episodes of 1996. The interviews and statements by Rama, which are a part of this book, still find her to be as acerbic and as shocking as ever.
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About this Edition

Language

Italian

Publisher

Publication Date

Feb 1, 1999

Format

Paperback

Number of Pages

160

ISBN

8881581485

ISBN-13

9788881581481