Oscar Niemeyer
Matthieu Salvaing (Photographs) & Michael Kimmelman (Text)

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Assouline is proud to present the most complete and lavish exploration of the life and work of Brazil's Oscar Niemeyer, one of the key figures of modern architecture. Includes sketches and original photography alongside contributions from Tadao Ando, Santiago Calatrava, and Zaha Hadid. Written by Michael Kimmelman, chief art critic of The New York Times, this limited-edition volume is hand-assembled using the traditional anglaise technique, with color plates hand-tipped on art-quality paper, presented in a linen clamshell case. This book comes with an exclusive and complimentary Assouline canvas tote bag. 

ISBN: 9782759402939
14 x 17 in - 35.5 X 42.0 cm
168 Pages | 118 Images
Linen presentation box
About The Author
Photographer Matthieu Salvaing has traveled the world for the past ten years, drawing inspiration from design, fashion, and architecture. Salvaing's exploration of Brazil and his friendship with Oscar Niemeyer have been catalysts for his work.

Michael Kimmelman is chief art critic at The New York Times and author of The Accidental Masterpiece: On the Art of Life and Vice Versa (Penguin, 2005) and Portraits: Talking with Artists at the Met, the Modern, the Louvre, and Elsewhere (Random House, 1998).

Hardcover in a luxury slipcase
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