Francis Picabia: Our Heads Are Round so Our Thoughts Can Change Direction
Edited by Anne Umland and Cathérine Hug, with essays by George Baker, Carole Boulbès, Masha Chlenova, Michèle C. Cone, Briony Fer, Gordon Hughes, David Joselit, Jean-Jacques Lebel, Bernard Marcadé, Arnauld Pierre, Juri Steiner, Adrian Sudhalter and Aurélie Verdier as well as an illustrated chronology by Rachel Silveri and an annotated checklist by Natalie Dupêcher with Talia Kwartler.
Francis Picabia: Our Heads Are Round so Our Thoughts Can Change Direction accompanies the first-ever comprehensive survey in the United States of the artist's career, and the first in Europe in more than a decade. Produced in collaboration between The Museum of Modern Art, New York, and the Kunsthaus Zurich, it examines the full sweep of Picabia's oeuvre, with in-depth discussions by leading scholars of significant aspects of the artist's multifaceted career. An extensive chronology and annotated checklist add to this landmark survey of one of the most provocative and influential artists of the past hundred years.
Hardcover. 368pp, 482 illustrations.
Edited by Anne Umland and Catherine Hug
Size9.5 x 12"
Year of Design2016
AuthorEdited by Anne Umland and Catherine Hug