Catalogue Jasper Johns . The 100 Monotypes
Jasper Johns is one of the most important representatives of American Pop Art. In addition to strong, large-format paintings, a graphic work was created in the course of his life that put the artist as a peintre engraver in line with Picasso. For his most recent series - The 100 Monotypes - he worked with the imprint of his hand and symbols of the American sign language. Johns used the same plate for 100 different prints, partly adding materials such as a string, stencils and leaves. This process enabled him to transfer the singularity of a painting into the medium of graphics. The book accompanies the exhibition with which the Museum Barberini honors Jasper Johns on the occasion of his 90th birthday in 2020. In addition to large-format illustrations of all 100 monotypes, it includes an essay by Judith Goldman, which locates the series of works in the artist's graphic work. With forewords by Guy Wildenstein and Barbara Bernstein. In collaboration with Stefanie Plattner and Vanessa Wildenstein. (Text: Prestel)

Museum issue - sold on behalf and for the account of Museen der Hasso Plattner Foundation gGmbH, Museum Barberini, Friedrich-Ebert-Str. 115, 14467 Potsdam, VAT ID DE280321691  
  • Ortrud Westheider (Hrsg.), Michael Philipp (Hrsg.)
  • Jasper Johns . The 100 Monotypes
  • Prestel, 2020
  • 1216103588
  • Paperback, flap brochure, 128 pages, 24.0 x 30.0 cm, 112 color illustrations
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