STAGES: THE ART OF DAVID MAXIM - 2014 [Vol 1]
Stages: The Art of David Maxim, Volume 1
by David Maxim
with contributions by David Gleeson; Heather Murray; Hope Werness; Jane Culp; William Whitehead
edited by Nicole Blunt
Subtitle: Paintings, Constructed Pictures, and Sculpture
Presumed First Edition. Published by: The David Maxim 2002 Revocable Trust, 2014. Lavishly illustrated with full-color photographs and reproductions of the artist's works. Volume 1 only. Includes a chronology, a list of collections and exhibitions, and a bibliography in appendix. 295 pages. 9.75 x 11.75 inches.
Hardback is overall in VERY GOOD+ condition with VERY GOOD+ DJ.
- Volume is in overall very good+ condition displaying little signs of wear to covers and interior.
- Blue cloth covers feature blind-tooled text on front.
- Spine features white text.
- Binding is secure.
- Inside pages are free of writing and intentional marks.
- DJ is in great condition displaying minimal edgewear.
- Book may exhibit additional minor signs of age or wear.
A beautiful, invaluable guide to the beautiful and stunning art of David Maxim. Unique in their originality and intriguing abstractness, Maxim's works are best comprehended and explained in the light of his life, which is well documented in this biographical monograph, that also includes an elaborate appendix with a list of collections and exhibitions. Written by the artist himself, the touching biography gives us a rare insight into a life narrated in the painter's own words. A sensitive and multi-talented artist, Maxim has distinguished himself in painting and sculpture as well as constructed pictures, and all of these are shown in full color throughout the fascinating pages of essays and the biography, in the light shed on these exceptional pieces of art by the beautiful text.
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