The first major publication of Zurich artists Huber.Huber (Markus and Reto Huber). A selection of collages and ink drawings from the large group of works titled Mikrouniversum (2005-2011) is presented in a relatively chronological order as a “guiding series” through the collected works. Other pieces are interjected which adopt aspects of the “guiding series” and transform into increasingly complex collages and idyllic scenes in which the abysmal depths are always lurking nearby.
This delightfully printed volume is essentially divided in three parts: an essay by Hunter and two sections of works - Margaret Keane's drawings and (those claimed to be) Walter Keane's drawings. In 1965 the couple was divorced; in 1970 Margaret Keane announced on a radio show that she was the true creator of the works, not Walter. He continued to claim authorship and she finally sued Walter in 1986, and the judge ordered both the Keanes to paint a portrait in the courtroom - Margaret complied, but Walter feigned a....
The first major detailed study published on the mysterious Nazca land/line drawings in Peru. Includes 25 aerial photographs from the archives of the Peruvian airministry and 34 ground views by the author. Reiche was a German mathmetician and archaeologist who spent 50 years mapping and studying the geoglyphs of the Nazca Plain in Peru. She was also dedicated to protecting the geoglyphs from the invasion of modern civilization. Reiche came to be known as "the Lady of the Lines" and once said "to make them more accessible for viewing I....