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Yve-Alain Bois is the Joseph Pulitzer, Jr., Professor of Modern Art at Harvard University. He has written extensively on twentieth-century art, from Matisse and Picasso to post-war American art, particularly Minimal art. A collection of his essays, Painting as a Model, has been published by M.I.T. Press (1990). He coorganized the 1994-5 retrospective of Piet Mondrian in the Hague, Washington, and New York. In 1996, he curated the exhibition "L'informe, mode d'emploi" with Rosalind Krauss at the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris. The book accompanying this exhibition has recently been published in English under the title Formless: A User's Guide (Zone Books, 1997). Among other projects, he is currently preparing the catalogue raisonné of Barnett Newman.
This book concentrates on the artistic partnership between Matisse and Picasso as it developed from the early 30s. Both artists acquired works by the other and throughout the 30s each artist attempted to translate the idiom of the other into his own. Separated during the war their long friendship was tenderest in the post war period.
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