Moving - Norman Foster on Art

Moving - Norman Foster on Art

Norman Foster designed the Carré d'Art in Nîmes more than 20 years ago and celebrates a spectacular return to the South of France with 'Moving – Norman Foster on Art'; a show he curated to mark the 20th anniversary of the museum.

The book with the same title goes much further than the customary exhibition catalogue: it gives an insight into the mind of an avid collector juxtaposing works of art, historic and contemporary, drawing parallels with aviation and automotive developments as well as exploring the relationship between art and architecture.

The design of the publication enhances this collection of ideas and observations with its source book approach and a carefully orchestrated selection of materials and finishing techniques.

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Ivory Press is the publisher of limited edition books containing original works of art by modern and contemporary artists.

Each Ivory Press title is the product of a unique creative exchange between the artist and the publisher. This partnership is complemented by the contribution of writers whose literary standing or close connection with the artist adds a further dimension to the books, increasing their collectability.