Philip Taaffe Anima Mundi
Irish Museum of Modern Art | ISBN 9781907020605
Hardback – 126 pages
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Dedicated mailing and e-mail campaign to targeted art related media & organisations. Philip Taaffe is arguably one of the most significant artists working in America today. He is considered by both critics and his peers alike to be substantially responsible for the revival and renewed interest in abstraction and abstract art. Taaffe's work features multiple cultural references from both the past and the present, creating multi-layered final images of great complexity and extraordinary beauty that acknowledge the great tradition of Abstract Art initiated by Kandinsky, Kupka and Mondrian. His paintings are equally well rooted in the present time, and somehow could not have been imagined before the world we now live in, bombarded as we are by information technology.
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