Tekst: Ilaria Bonacossa e.a.
Aantal pagina’s: 226
Uitgever: Roma Publications, 2013
Staat: Als nieuw
Catalogus bij de tentoonstelling in FRAC PACA, Lurs, 2013
French artist Cristof Yvoré is recognised for his blunt painting style and use of a distinct range of colour nuances, particularly forceful shades of brown and grey. Whether the corner of an empty room or a lonely vase with flowers set against a blank wall, Yvoré’s heavy and bleak depictions offer contemplative windows towards personal memory, yet are released from the burden of narrative. The nuances of colour and nature of composition, plainly seen in this weighty volume’s numerous reproductions, speak to the artist’s body of work. Contributions by Alessandro Rabottini, Frédéric Valabrègue and Ilaria Bonacossa further explore the artist’s dialogue with his painterly craft.