Buenos Aires: Arte al Día Ediciones, 2006. ind., ports., facs., b/w and color plates, cat., bio/chron., bibls. (including a bibliography of books which include Liberti's illustrations (p. 172-173), pict.d.j. OCLC: 85891443. Item #85384
A major contribution to the literature this compendium of the work of surrealist artist, Juan Carlos Libertti (b. Argentina, 1930) is an essential reference for 20th century art. Rafael Siquirru in his essay says: I would be mistaken if I were to highlight his essential concern with form, understood as a forceful visual presence rendered in terms of volume and weight. I believe this artist has succeeded in elevating his to the level of painting with the highest classical quality in the Renaissance sense of the world. I consider it important to highlight that in each of his achievements Liberti expresses himself as what he is: a great painter" (p. 14). ENGLISH AND SPANISH TEXTS. Completo libro sobre la obra del artista Juan Carlos Liberti (b. 1930, Argentina). El artista se caracteriza por su marcada influencia del surrealismo, en su obra se encuentran referentes de la obra de Dali, Arcimboldo, Ernst, De Chirico, e incluso Magritte. Es es libro más completo que se ha hecho sobre el autor, incluye cronologías de exposiciones, premios, publicaciones. ENGLISH AND SPANISH TEXT.