- First monograph on Mexican artist Arnaldo Coen; this is the most comprehensive compendium of his work
- Features his pictorial and sculptural work from the 1960s to date as well as a chronology of his life and the historical context of his time
Arnaldo Coen (1940) is one of the most prominent Mexican artists. As a result of his restless, transgressive and irreverent creativity, his work has never ceased to be fresh.
He has made important individual exhibits in the Museum of Modern Art and in the National Hall of the Palace of Fine Arts. His work has been exhibited in Asia, Europe, Africa, and Latin America, featuring in important collections and exhibitions in different cultural venues such as the Museum of Modern Art, Tlatelolco Cultural Center, Museum of Contemporary Art, Isidro Fabela Cultural Center, Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago and the Bank of Mexico, to name a few. This award winning artist has also been the focus of several recognised art critics such as Octavio Paz, Raquel Tibol, Carlos Monsivais, Juan Garcia Ponce, Salvador Elizondo, Teresa del Conde, Sigrunn Paas, Josephine Siller.
Arnaldo Coen is the first monograph covering the artist's pictorial and sculptural works from the 1960s to date, with some 300 images complementing this contemporary, provocative and irreverent compendium of Coen's legacy.
- Publish date
- 10th May 2021
- World excluding Spain, Portugal, US & Canada
- 315 mm x 240 mm
- 304 Pages
- 184 color, 141 b&w