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Paris in the 1920s with Kiki de Montparnasse
Paris in the 1920s with Kiki de Montparnasse
€195,00
Paris in the 1920s with Kiki de Montparnasse
Paris in the 1920s with Kiki de Montparnasse
€195,00
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Paris in the 1920s with Kiki de Montparnasse


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9781614280576

39679686213731


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Paris in the 1920s with Kiki de Montparnasse
€195,00

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9781614280576

39679686213731

14 Images in Gallery
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From humble origins, Kiki de Montparnasse became the muse of Man Ray, Kisling, Foujita, Calder, and other important artists living in Paris in the Roaring Twenties. Many revolutionary writers, artists, and personalities flourished on the bohemian Left Bank, each one inventing their own iconic style, and Kiki, the Queen of Montparnasse, was the thread connecting them. Not only an artist’s model, Kiki was also a cabaret performer, actress, and an artist in her own right with two successful exhibitions. Every image tells a fascinating story in this lavishly illustrated, oversize luxury slipcase volume, revealing the artistic, social, and historical events that created and surrounded the incredible artistic flowering of the now mythical Montparnasse neighborhood.

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  • 300 pages
  • 175 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in January 2013
  • W 27.94 x L 35.56 x D 5.08 cm
  • Hardcover in a luxury slipcase
  • ISBN: 9781614280576
  • 4.08 kg
About the Author
Writer Xavier Girard is an art historian and critic, essayist, and professor of art history. A Chevalier of Arts and Letters, he has also directed and curated numerous artistic events. His previously published books with Assouline include The Mediterranean: From Homer to Picasso (2001); French Riviera (2002); and Bauhaus (2003). He also published L’Oursin and Trois hommes dans un jardin with André Dimanche. Since 2008 he has also dedicated himself to sculpture and photography.

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From humble origins, Kiki de Montparnasse became the muse of Man Ray, Kisling, Foujita, Calder, and other important artists living in Paris in the Roaring Twenties. Many revolutionary writers, artists, and personalities flourished on the bohemian Left Bank, each one inventing their own iconic style, and Kiki, the Queen of Montparnasse, was the thread connecting them. Not only an artist’s model, Kiki was also a cabaret performer, actress, and an artist in her own right with two successful exhibitions. Every image tells a fascinating story in this lavishly illustrated, oversize luxury slipcase volume, revealing the artistic, social, and historical events that created and surrounded the incredible artistic flowering of the now mythical Montparnasse neighborhood.

  • 300 pages
  • 175 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in January 2013
  • W 27.94 x L 35.56 x D 5.08 cm
  • Hardcover in a luxury slipcase
  • ISBN: 9781614280576
  • 4.08 kg
Writer Xavier Girard is an art historian and critic, essayist, and professor of art history. A Chevalier of Arts and Letters, he has also directed and curated numerous artistic events. His previously published books with Assouline include The Mediterranean: From Homer to Picasso (2001); French Riviera (2002); and Bauhaus (2003). He also published L’Oursin and Trois hommes dans un jardin with André Dimanche. Since 2008 he has also dedicated himself to sculpture and photography.

We hang out with a crowd called Dadaists and some called Surrealists— for my part, I don’t see much difference between them! ...Our nights are spent in talking, which doesn’t bore me very much, even if I don’t know what it’s about.

Kiki de Montparnasse