Carl Hammoud is recognised as one of Sweden's best known young artists. The Trick, his first monograph, shows us the unique, aestethic style of his paintings, drawings and sculptures. A recurring theme in Carl Hammoud's artistry is the degree of insecurity that his images hold; how much can they stand, in the sense of being seen, understood or used? Where lie the limits between chaos and order, between the indeterminate and the comprehensible? Carl Hammoud, born 1976, lives and work in Stockholm. He studied at the Department of Fine Arts, Valand, Gothenburg, from 1999 to 2004. This monograph contains 46 colour plates + 18 b/w and an essay by Alejandro Leiva Wenger. Editor: Johan Sjöström. Designed by Stefania Malmsten.
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Book Description Gothenburg Museum of Art, 2011. Book Condition: Very Good. *FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING until Monday, Dec. 18* 112 pp., Hardcover, lacks the slipcase, else very good. Bookseller Inventory # ZB961769
Book Description Göteborgs Konstmuseum, Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden, 2010. Hardcover. Book Condition: VG. Off-white cardboard three-quarter slipcase; Blue paper over boards; 110 pp.; Profusely illustrated with bw and color plates. Parallel text, Swedish and English. Published in conjunction with a series of 2010-2011 exhibitions showcasing the work of Swedish artist Carl Hammoud (b. 1976). With an essay by Alejandro Leiva Wenger. Includes a chronology with selected exhibitions history, and many fine examples of Hammoud's work. One of 1000 copies. Bookseller Inventory # 124111