Fahrelnissa Zeid / edited by Kerryn Greenberg ; with contributions by Kerryn Greenberg [and 4 others].

Zeid, Fahrelnissa, 1901-1991, artist.
[London] : TATE Publishing, [2017]
175 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), portraits ; 24 cm
Zeid, Fahrelnissa, 1901-1991 -- Exhibitions.
Zeid, Fahrelnissa, 1901-1991.
Exhibition catalogues.
Exhibition catalogs.
Fahrelnissa Zeid (1901-91) was one of Turkey's most important artists, best known for her large-scale abstract paintings. Marrying influences from Islamic, Byzantine and Eastern art with the bold colour of the fauvists, the geometrical dissonance of the cubists and the precise lines of Mondrian, Zeid developed an abstract vocabulary that was a synthesis of East and West yet was uniquely her own. This new book traces her development from the first works she made in Turkey, through her engagement with the D-Group, her later experiments with abstraction and, finally, her return to figuration. It also examines the pivotal role she played in the cross-pollination of artistic ideas in the twentieth century through her involvement with key groups and movements in diverse regions and communities. Documentary photography from the period gives new insight into the historical and art historical events that formed the backdrop to her ever evolving style. Featuring over 100 reproductions of Zeid's bold and colourful paintings, from her earlier geometric, calligraphic style to the later, more expressive portraits, the catalogue showcases the depth and range of her work. Exhibition: Tate Modern, London, United Kingdom (07.06.2017-15.10.2017). / Deutsche Bank Kunsthalle, Berlin, Germany (20.10.2017-25.03.2018).
The evolution of an artist / Kerryn Greenberg
Multiple dimensions of a cosmopolitan modernist / Vassilis Oikonomopoulos
Extravagent reinventions : Fahrelnissa Zeid in Paris / Sarah Wilson
The late style / Adila Laïdi-Hanieh
Chronology / Necmi Sönmez.
Catalog of an exhibition held at Tate Modern, London, June 13 - October 8, 2017; Deutsche Bank Kunsthalle, Berlin, October 19, 2017 - March 25, 2018; and Nicolas Ibrahim Sursock Museum, Beirut, April 27 - October 1, 2018.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Greenberg, Kerryn, editor, contributor.
Tate Modern (Gallery)
Deutsche Bank KunstHalle (Berlin, Germany)
Matḥaf Niqūlā Ibrāhim Sursuq.
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