Edited by Cloe Pitiot
This wonderfully illustrated catalogue has been published to accompany the major exhibition of Eileen Gray at the Centre Pompidou.
Eileen Gray’s legacy consists of a number of unique, avant-garde artefacts, fragmentary archives – and a series of mysteries. Gray’s work has often been split into two parts by critics, with decorative arts on the one hand and architectural modernism on the other. With this exhibition, Centre Pompidou approached the artist’s work as an unbroken whole, engaging as she did in drawing, painting, lacquering, interior decorating, architecture and photography.
Paris, 2013, 22 x 28cm, illustrated, 176pp. Paperback.