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The Tall Trees of Paris: 42 Independent Artists Share Their City and Their Work (Hardcover)

Matt Wagner

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ISBN 10: 0983491747 / ISBN 13: 9780983491743
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"Matt Wagner’s portrait of Parisian artists is part showcase of their eclectic work, part insider’s tour of the City of Lights." The Toronto Star

Paris, the city many consider the birthplace of modern art, is a place where contemporary artists look to the past to reinvent it. Award-winning author Matt Wagner chronicles 42 of these Parisian artists in The Tall Trees of Paris, the third installment in the “Tall Trees” series. Their work is shown alongside handwritten questionnaires detailing each of the artists’ favorite things about their neighborhood, painting an artistic panorama of the City of Light. This is a collection of street artists, illustrators, painters, photographers, sculptors, and mixed media artists. Far from the traditional art anthology, this book provides a view into a moment-- a snapshot and a pulse check-- on working artists in the City of Light. The book is as much a travel book as it is an art book. Wagner lets the art speak for itself, and instead asks questions about where the artists live, how they spend their time, and where they like to eat, drink, shop and play. Their responses are handwritten in a beautifully laid out bilingual English/French translation, providing the reader with a visual thread between the person and the place. The only other way to access this exclusive account would be to travel to France and spend a week with the artists themselves--which is exactly what Matt Wagner has done.

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Matt Wagner is an art director and owner and curator of Hellion Gallery in Portland, OR. He travels the world with the simple goal of seeking out great art and sharing it. He’s curated dozens of art shows on three continents since 2003 and he’s a founding board member of The Forest For the Trees Mural Festival in Portland. His eye for quality and his ability to find emerging artists has earned him international following. Wagner is the creator of the Tall Trees series of books, including The Tall Trees of Portland (2014, Overcup Press) and The Tall Trees of Tokyo (2012, Overcup Press).

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