German critic Robert Kudielka met British painter Bridget Riley in 1967 and hasproved her keenest observer and a close friend ever since. With a unique insightinto Riley's working methods and styles - he lauds her uncompromising visualintelligence - he has documented her career with the rigor of an academic and thesympathy of a friend. This fascinating volume brings together for the first time ala...
Paperback: 264 pages
Publisher: Ram Distribution (September 15, 2008)
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It was slow. The story was rather lack luster and they never explained how they found the person who...
~4/5I put off reading this because I heard about a horrible cliffhanger, but now I have the third, a...