Paola Pivi - Self Titled Monograph edited by Justine Ludwig
Paola Pivi - Self Titled Monograph edited by Justine Ludwig
Paola Pivi - Self Titled Monograph edited by Justine Ludwig
Paola Pivi - Self Titled Monograph edited by Justine Ludwig
Paola Pivi - Self Titled Monograph edited by Justine Ludwig
Paola Pivi - Self Titled Monograph edited by Justine Ludwig
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Paola Pivi - Self Titled Monograph edited by Justine Ludwig

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Published by Phaidon, 2022
Hardcover, 400 pages
30.5 x 23.8 cm | 12 x 9.5 in
265 illustrations
ISBN: 9781838663377

From the publisher:
The first complete survey of the work of the much-loved and collected contemporary Italian multimedia artist Paola Pivi – with more than 250 images, including previously unpublished work 

Probably best known for her playful, complex installations of life-sized, brightly-hued, feathered polar bears, Paola Pivi has created work across a range of media – including sculpture, video, photography, performance, and installation – throughout her 27-year career. Often using recognisable objects that are modified to introduce new scale, material, or color, her work challenges viewers to rethink their position. This in-depth monograph, made with the close involvement of the artist, is her most substantial publication to date and features more than 250 images, including previously unpublished work, together with five newly commissioned essays giving insight and perspective on her incredibly diverse body of work.