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THOMPSOM, JAN. PANAMARENKO FOR CLEVER SCHOLARS, ASTRONOMERS AND DOCTORS. GESIGNEERD !! Gent, Ludion, 2004.. Bound, illustrated (photo) editors' plates in colors, 43x30cm, n.p. (+/-84pp), illustrated in colors and b/w. / Fine condition / NEUF ! Visionary, utopian and romantic, hovering somewhere between da Vinci and Melies, Panamarenko still has what it takes to capture everyone's imagination. His work is the manifestation of his own, baroque universe, in which you can fly, drive and take the plunge with poetic objects of fascinating dimensions. Panamarenko creates his own idiosyncratic blend of science, art, technology and imagination and offers his own interpretation of movement in all its aspects. His aeroplanes seem, in spite of themselves, to defy gravity - they are an answer to humanity's eternal attempts to free itself from the Earth's surface. Panamarenko's work shows that art is intended to express what reason cannot. And what better way to convey that attitude than to allow Panamarenko to tell his own story in words and images? The British critic Jon Thompson sets the ball rolling before gradually letting Panamarenko take over. The artist writes down his ideas and designs characteristic collages of photographs, drawings and sketches. Ludion is marking the publication of this book with a number of editions signed by the artist.Visionary, utopian and romantic, hovering somewhere between da Vinci and Melies, Panamarenko still has what it takes to capture everyone's imagination. His work is the manifestation of his own, baroque universe, in which you can fly, drive and take the plunge with poetic objects of fascinating dimensions. Panamarenko creates his own idiosyncratic blend of science, art, technology and imagination and offers his own interpretation of movement in all its aspects. His aeroplanes seem, in spite of themselves, to defy gravity - they are an answer to humanity's eternal attempts to free itself from the Earth's surface. Panamarenko's work shows that art is intended to express what reason cannot. And what better way to convey that attitude than to allow Panamarenko to tell his own story in words and images? The British critic Jon Thompson sets the ball rolling before gradually letting Panamarenko take over. The artist writes down his ideas and designs characteristic collages of photographs, drawings and sketches. EUR 99.00 Verder winkelen In winkelwagen

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