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"Unwrapped" brilliantly illustrates the avant-garde art and installations of an internationally acclaimed British artist, Carolyn Quartermaine.
Carolyn's way of framing and editing brings a fresh eye to design. Her work is never solely nostalgic, the influence of historical is always fresh and modern, sparing and elegant.
Introduction by Donna Karan, text by Kate Constable and exquisite photography by Jacques Dirand.
This book is a unique insight into Carolyn's use of paint, texture, colour, painted textiles, dramatic gilding, and untraditional combinations to create expressive spaces that are each a work of art.
Photographed in 35 mm at a range of locations from French Château’s to minimalist lofts, each chapter encapsulates an entire universe from the total look, to paint, to flowers, to architectural shape.
Hardback 159 pages, first published in 1997 and widely acclaimed as the first book of its genre. A timeless classic perfectly at home as the centrepiece for any coffee table, bedside or collector's library.
9.5 x 0.75 x 13.25 inches.