Buenos Aires: Ediciones Taller Libre, 1979. Near fine in slightly bowed boards, dust jacket somewhat discolored and with several small closed tears, overall close to near fine.. First Edition. Quarto. Overview of the Hungarian born, Argentine based visionary, experimental artist, designer and theoretician Gyula Kosice. Kosice's radically utopian vision called for monumental artwork and kinetic engagement with the designed environment. His work is notable for early use of luminescence, especially neon, as well as a returning obsession with water, especially when beaded on a transparent glass or plastic surface. Fascinating artist, often grouped with architects such as Paolo Soleri and Buckminister Fuller. Pivotal, but less remembered outside of Latin America. Illustrated with black and white photography and drawings throughout. Spanish text. (Inventory #: 21649)
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