Château La Coste: Art and Architecture in Provence

Robert Ivy (Author) Alistair Hicks (Author)
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$70.00  $64.40
Publish Date
September 01, 2020
10.1 X 11.7 X 1.2 inches | 4.25 pounds

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About the Author

Robert Ivy, FAIA, is an author, editor and architect, and currently serves as CEO of the American Institute of Architects. For more than 14 years, he was Editor-in-Chief of one of the world's most widely disseminated and admired architectural publications, Architectural Record. His own writing encompassed nearly 150 monthly editorials, interviews with leading figures in the architectural culture, and major stories. His book Fay Jones: Architect (2001) was cited for the 'highest standards of scholarship, design, and production'. He has also served three times as the US Commissioner for the Venice Architecture Biennale.
Alistair Hicks is the author of The Global Art Compass (2014), a survey of 21st-century art. For 18 years, he was the Senior Curator at Deutsche Bank. He left to advise more clients and curate more exhibitions, his latest two being The Time Needs Changing at the Pera Museum, Istanbul (2018-19), and The Crime of Mr Adolf Loos at the Axel Vervoordt Gallery, Antwerp (2019). Among his earlier publications are School of London (1989), New British Art in the Saatchi Collection (1989) and Art Works: British and German Contemporary Art, 1960-2000 (as co-editor; Merrell, 2001). He is currently working on two separate books on Francis Bacon and Istanbul
Alan Karchmer is a photographer of architecture, interior design and the built environment. His life in photography began while he was studying for his master's degree in architecture. This foundation in critical analysis informs his artistic vision, with particular emphasis on context, materiality, quality of light and human interaction. In a career spanning 40 years, he has received commissions from the foremost architects of our time, who rely on his insightful images to define their work. His photographs have been published in the architectural press and exhibited in museums and private collections worldwide. He often collaborates with his wife, the photo stylist Sandra Benedum, whose keen perceptions bring greater depth to the visual narratives they create. The Karchmer Photographic Archive is a Promised Gift to the National Building Museum in Washington, DC.