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The one "who put it everywhere (and didn't care)" is perfectly portrayed in this little 48-page book. As offbeat as Jackson Pollock's pictorial approach, this illustrated book shows the place of the contemporary artist in the History of Art.
Painting standing, Jackson Pollock joined the gesture to his performance to deliver paintings that one might believe in motion. Living, his paintings bear witness to his energy and the rhythm of his gestures. And it is with fantasy, humor and splash, a nod to the painter, that Fausto Gilberti animates his illustrations.