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'Art =, Discovering Infinite Connections in Art History'

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  • Phaidon 'Art =, Discovering Infinite Connections in Art History'  PHAI20ART420MUL
  • Phaidon 'Art =, Discovering Infinite Connections in Art History'  PHAI20ART420MUL
  • Phaidon 'Art =, Discovering Infinite Connections in Art History'  PHAI20ART420MUL
  • Phaidon 'Art =, Discovering Infinite Connections in Art History'  PHAI20ART420MUL
  • Phaidon 'Art =, Discovering Infinite Connections in Art History'  PHAI20ART420MUL
  • Phaidon 'Art =, Discovering Infinite Connections in Art History'  PHAI20ART420MUL
Published by Phaidon and curated by New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art, 'Art =, Discovering Infinite Connections in Art History' is a ground-breaking book that takes an entirely new approach to exploring global art history. Broken down into thematic keywords, the 448 page tome explores 800 artworks to which analytics from The Met's online Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History are applied. The result is a concise and comprehensive anthology of information that offers a new and original way to approach art, accompanied by more than 160 engaging curatorial essays that place the works in wider contexts, and a detachable foldout timeline. With a foreword by the museum's director Max Hollein and texts by the museum's curatorial staff and other art experts, 'Art =, Discovering Infinite Connections in Art History' is an outstanding appendage for anyone with an interest in art.

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Published by Phaidon and curated by New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art, 'Art =, Discovering Infinite Connections in Art History' is a ground-breaking book that takes an entirely new approach to exploring global art history. Broken down into thematic keywords, the 448 page tome explores 800 artworks to which analytics from The Met's online Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History are applied. The result is a concise and comprehensive anthology of information that offers a new and original way to approach art, accompanied by more than 160 engaging curatorial essays that place the works in wider contexts, and a detachable foldout timeline. With a foreword by the museum's director Max Hollein and texts by the museum's curatorial staff and other art experts, 'Art =, Discovering Infinite Connections in Art History' is an outstanding appendage for anyone with an interest in art.
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FRANKBROS says
Published by Phaidon and curated by New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art, 'Art =, Discovering Infinite Connections in Art History' is a ground-breaking book that takes an entirely new approach to exploring global art history. Broken down into thematic keywords, the 448 page tome explores 800 artworks to which analytics from The Met's online Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History are applied. The result is a concise and comprehensive anthology of information that offers a new and original way to approach art, accompanied by more than 160 engaging curatorial essays that place the works in wider contexts, and a detachable foldout timeline. With a foreword by the museum's director Max Hollein and texts by the museum's curatorial staff and other art experts, 'Art =, Discovering Infinite Connections in Art History' is an outstanding appendage for anyone with an interest in art.

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Length 330mm
Width 267mm
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Paper
Length 330mm
Width 267mm

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