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Manolo Valdes: Broadway - Assouline
Manolo Valdes: Broadway - Assouline
Manolo Valdes: Broadway - Assouline
Manolo Valdes: Broadway - Assouline
Manolo Valdes: Broadway - Assouline
Manolo Valdes: Broadway - Assouline
Manolo Valdes: Broadway - Assouline
Manolo Valdes: Broadway - Assouline
Manolo Valdes: Broadway - Assouline
Manolo Valdes: Broadway - Assouline
Manolo Valdes: Broadway - Assouline

Manolo Valdes: Broadway -

$95.00

Assouline

9781614280033

1650226266132

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Description

As one of Spain’s most influential postwar artists, Manolo Valdés recognizes the importance of public works. In spring 2010, he added a unique and unforgettable form of street theater to Broadway, with sixteen monumental bronze sculptures of abstract figures, heads, and horses taking up temporary residence from Columbus Circle to 166th Street. Through a series of specially commissioned photographs, this hardcover artist’s edition captures one of the most exciting open exhibitions New York has seen.

Details
  • 120 pages
  • 53 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in August 2011
  • W 11.33 x L 13.18 x D 1.14 in
  • Hardcover with Jacket
  • ISBN: 9781614280033
About the Author

James T. Murray has worked with clients including Brooks Brothers, Marc Jacobs, David Yurman, and Stuart Weitzman. His images have been published in Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, and Departures.

David Ebony is the managing editor of Art in America. Among his books are Botero: Abu Ghraib, Emily Mason, and Carlo Maria Mariani. He lives and works in New York.

Manolo Valdes: Broadway - $95.00

Assouline

9781614280033

1650226266132

Description

As one of Spain’s most influential postwar artists, Manolo Valdés recognizes the importance of public works. In spring 2010, he added a unique and unforgettable form of street theater to Broadway, with sixteen monumental bronze sculptures of abstract figures, heads, and horses taking up temporary residence from Columbus Circle to 166th Street. Through a series of specially commissioned photographs, this hardcover artist’s edition captures one of the most exciting open exhibitions New York has seen.

Details
  • 120 pages
  • 53 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in August 2011
  • W 11.33 x L 13.18 x D 1.14 in
  • Hardcover with Jacket
  • ISBN: 9781614280033
About the Author

James T. Murray has worked with clients including Brooks Brothers, Marc Jacobs, David Yurman, and Stuart Weitzman. His images have been published in Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, and Departures.

David Ebony is the managing editor of Art in America. Among his books are Botero: Abu Ghraib, Emily Mason, and Carlo Maria Mariani. He lives and works in New York.

Description

Details

About the Author

As one of Spain’s most influential postwar artists, Manolo Valdés recognizes the importance of public works. In spring 2010, he added a unique and unforgettable form of street theater to Broadway, with sixteen monumental bronze sculptures of abstract figures, heads, and horses taking up temporary residence from Columbus Circle to 166th Street. Through a series of specially commissioned photographs, this hardcover artist’s edition captures one of the most exciting open exhibitions New York has seen.

  • 120 pages
  • 53 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in August 2011
  • W 11.33 x L 13.18 x D 1.14 in
  • Hardcover with Jacket
  • ISBN: 9781614280033
  • 4.0 lb

James T. Murray has worked with clients including Brooks Brothers, Marc Jacobs, David Yurman, and Stuart Weitzman. His images have been published in Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, and Departures.

David Ebony is the managing editor of Art in America. Among his books are Botero: Abu Ghraib, Emily Mason, and Carlo Maria Mariani. He lives and works in New York.

Free U.S Ground Shipping for orders over $100 - Ships same day if order placed before 2pm EST