5.125 x 7.625", 72 pp., fully illustrated in color, Hong Kong, 2011.
This book was published on the occasion of the exhibition Bram Bogart: Monochrome. The exhibition celebrated the 90th birthday of the artist in 2011.
Sam Cornish discussed the gradual development of the artist’s style from cubism influenced thick impasto paintings produced in the early 1950s to the evolvement of his monochrome paintings. Cornish’s writing portrays Bram Bogart’s artistic journey in a biographic format that is terse and coherent.The book features some of Bram Bogart’s most important paintings from 1950 to present. Beautifully printed and bound, it is a must have for the cubism and surrealism connoisseur.