Behold an improbable book that introduces us to the findings of forty artists. It has been written by a twentieth-century philosopher who, for thirty-five years, has collaborated and spoken with artists of all ages and reputations.
All of the conversations you will find in this book have been proofread by the artists. No difficult or empty words here, but if some of the sentences are too long, please feel free to make them shorter. Slowly but surely, a vast landscape of numerous formal possibilities unfolds before the reader’s eyes, which is all the more moving because each one of these approaches is linked to a unique way of being, seeing and doing things.
Highly recommended for young artists, curious students, art lovers, collectors, academics and other solitary men and women who seek to escape the daily grind of housekeeping or, quite simply, have got nothing better to do.