Written in 1989 by Carlos Cruz-Diez and containing the artist’s reflections regarding his research on color, which started in 1954 in Caracas, Barcelona, and Paris.
Text and drawings by Carlos Cruz-Diez.
Edited by the Juan March Foundation and the Cruz-Diez Art Foundation.
7 x 8.6 x 0.6 Inches
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