In Dialogues on Color, Aaron Fine uses the lessons of contextual criticism and the antics of Socratic dialogue to explore how the history of colour theory and colour modelling can be put to use among working artists. Forging personal confessions from would-be colour theorists like Aristotle, Johann Goethe, Rudolf Steiner, Vladimir Tatlin, Anni Albers, Holly Solomon and others, Fine dramatises colour’s changing fortunes in philosophy and culture.
Published by Are Not Books and Publications
200 × 255 mm
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