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> Climate change is a simultaneous threat to our planet and to our neighborhoods. President Obama

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Progress & Prosperity

> With contributions by architects (XML, OMA), intellectuals (WAI Think Tank, Ou Ning) and

Progress & Prosperity
The Civic City in a Nomadic World (paperback)

Where do I belong when everything is moving?

> The visual experience of Charles’ book brings the

The Civic City in a Nomadic World (paperback)
Theory of Type Design

> First comprehensive theory of type design
> A must have for every designer
> Interview with

Theory of Type Design

Matthijs Maris

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> Exhibition ‘Matthijs Maris’, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, 6 October 2017 – 7 January 2018
> The first complete standard work on this exceptional, enigmatic painter
> The rediscovery of an international famous Dutch painter

Dutch painter Matthijs Maris (1839–1917) initially achieved renown for his work in the style of the Hague School, like his famous brothers, Jacob and Willem. However, early in his career he chose a poetic direction, which led past mystical cityscapes and fairy-tale scenes, to culminate in introvert, symbolist themes. Accordingly, his painting and drawing technique resulted in progressively vague representations. At the end of the 19th century, Matthijs Maris was seen internationally as an important innovator in the field of painting; he was admired by collectors and artists like Vincent van Gogh and Jan Toorop. Despite his success, Maris became increasingly bitter, spending his latter years as a recluse in his London studio.

This standard work, written by art historian Richard Bionda, presents – by way of six essays and eighty paintings, drawings, etchings and applied art – the first complete picture of this exceptional and undeservedly forgotten artist.

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ISBN 978-94-6208-381-3 | October 2017 | available | Richard Bionda | design: Irma Boom | English | hardcover | 23,5 x 30,5 cm | 306 pages | illustrated (300 full color) | in conjunction with: Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

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