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Publisher Note

Marion Baruch’s first comprehensive monograph accompanies her first retrospective, innenausseninnen, presented by Kunstmuseum Luzern; MAGASIN des horizons, Grenoble; les Abattoirs, Toulouse; Muzeul de Arta, Timişoara; and Museo MA*GA, Gallarate. This richly illustrated edition presents a broad span of Baruch’s oeuvre, from the 1960s to her recent textile production. It includes three essays—by Fanni Fetzer, Martin Herbert, and Noah Stolz—as well as polyphonic focus texts by curators, friends, and art historians from the artist’s circle, all providing compelling insights into her works and methods.

Texts by Dana Diminescu, Fanni Fetzer, Beppe Finessi, Martin Herbert, Marie-Claude Jeune, Béatrice Josse, Erwin Kessler, Simone Menegoi, Anne-Marie Morice, Victor Neumann, Francesca Pasini, Michelle Perrot, Noah Stolz, Annabelle Ténèze, Andrea Viliani, Nathalie Viot, and Emma Zanella with Alessandro Castiglioni.

Artist Monograph

Marion Baruch

Marion Baruch

edited by Noah Stolz

Publisher
Release Place Milan, Italy
Edition 1st edition
Release Date June 2020
Credits
Editor: Noah Stolz
Author: Fanni Fetzer
Artist: Marion Baruch
Printrun 700
Identifiers
ISBN-13: 978-88-6749-406-4
Work  
Language English
Format Hardcover
Dimensions 21.0 × 26.0 cm
Pages 232

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