Juan Uslé (Santander) is one of the most prominent figures of contemporary painting. The hypersensitivity described by Uslé in his work is a sort of memorable visionary state because it is painful. This is the first complete monograph dedicated to the career of Juan Uslé. In addition to an in-depth essay by the renowned New York art critic, Barry Schwabsky, the book also includes an important body of works and aphorisms by the Spanish artist.
Clothbound, 22x28.5 cm
Polígrafa, 1st edition 2017