Francis Bacon – Triptychs
Triptychs are the thing I like doing most, and I think this may be related to the thought I’ve sometimes had of making a film. I like the juxtaposition of the images separated on three different canvases. So far as my work has any quality, I often feel perhaps it is the triptychs have the most quality. (Francis Bacon, 1979)
The publication accompanying the exhibition "Francis Bacon – Triptychs" at Gagosian Gallery includes a set of previously unpublished correspondence between the artist and philosopher Michel Leiris, dating from 1966–82.
The box contains a loose title sheet, 12 loose folded illustrations and two sewn booklets: Francis Bacon – Letters to Michel Leiris 1966-1989 and Francis Bacon – Paintings.
|Einbandart||Hefte in Box|
|Abbildungen||mit zahlr. farb. Abb|
|Museum / Ort||Gagosian Gallery, London|