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Revue Cahiers d'Art 1940
Maison Plage

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Sale price280 €
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Founded in 1926 by Christian Zervos at just age 14, Cahiers d’Art involves a publishing house, a gallery, and a revue. The Cahiers d’Art Revue was individually unique compared to other publications of the time, and its significance remains today. The revue presents contemporary art merging distinctive typography and layout, rich photography, and juxtaposition of ancient and modern art.

This particular 80 year old edition features renowned artists Marc Chagall and Joan Miro. With a stunning cover of one of Miro’s signature works, this publication is a rare and timeless addition to any art lovers collection.

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Maison Plage is an ode to the meeting of unlikely things—images, artefacts, artworks, ideas—and to the transportive possibilities revealed when they’re collaged. (Its name translates, quite literally, to house and beach, suggesting both French grandeur and the American coast.) Since its founding in 2019 by Kelly Croteau, it’s become a destination for those seeking rare, out of print, and new books, especially those relating to fashion, art, design and photography—from the avant-garde to the natural world. Each book is hand-selected by Croteau, who travels widely to source them.
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Final SaleThis piece is made to order. Once the order has been placed, the artist will make this unique piece for you. Non-refundable. No returns.
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Publisher: Cahiers d'Art Condition: Used (Very Good) Format: Softcover

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Publisher: Cahiers d'Art Condition: Used (Very Good) Format: Softcover

Shipping & Return

Return & Exchanges
Final SaleThis piece is made to order. Once the order has been placed, the artist will make this unique piece for you. Non-refundable. No returns.
Please contact us if you have problems with your order.

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Maison Plage is an ode to the meeting of unlikely things—images, artefacts, artworks, ideas—and to the transportive possibilities revealed when they’re collaged. (Its name translates, quite literally, to house and beach, suggesting both French grandeur and the American coast.) Since its founding in 2019 by Kelly Croteau, it’s become a destination for those seeking rare, out of print, and new books, especially those relating to fashion, art, design and photography—from the avant-garde to the natural world. Each book is hand-selected by Croteau, who travels widely to source them.

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