- ISBN 9782742791415
- 28.00 x 22.00 cm
- Hardback without Jacket
- Illustrated in colour throughout
- First published 2010
- Distributed on behalf of Actes Sud
Published to accompany the exhibition showing in Avignon in 2010, this book presents an ensemble of recent works by acclaimed Spanish artist Miquel Barceló.
Jean Clottes, anthropologist and pre-history specialist, explores the instinctive and technical dimension in Barceló’s work; Alberto Manguel contributes an essay on ten years of artistic creation, from solitary studio paintings, monumental commissions and the Palma Cathedral to the massive domed ceiling at the United Nations in Geneva. Finally, Eric Mézil interviews the artist, the fruit of long conversations held in Paris, Majorca and Avignon.