Noah Davis: The Journal

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This book is not yet published, but will be available from April 2024.

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Noah Davis

Description

Featuring the lush, powerful paintings of Noah Davis, this blank book-the latest in The Artist Journals series-offers the ideal forum to energize the inner artist or writer.

The late American artist Noah Davis made his mark as both a painter of ethereal figurative works and as a pillar of the Los Angeles creative scene. With his wife and fellow artist Karon Davis he founded the Underground Museum in 2012, a generative cultural institution and artspace. His first Artist Journal celebrates his singular approach to delicate rendering, unexpected brushwork, and subjects surrounded by potent emotional luminescence.

About The Artist Journals
The Artist Journals go beyond canonical art to capture the modern and contemporary spirit of today’s most acclaimed painters, sculptors, and other major creative forces. Created in close collaboration with each artist or artist’s estate, these beautifully produced blank books-with their stunning wraparound cover artwork, endpapers, patterned interior pages, and bellybands that transform into collectible bookmarks-are works of art themselves, designed to inspire, collect, and gift to a wide audience.

Additional information

Weight 300 g
Dimensions 17.8 x 24.8 cm
Publisher name David Zwirner Books
Publication date 30 April 2024
Number of pages 160
Format Hardback
Dimensions 17.8 x 24.8 cm
Weight 300 g

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American artist Noah Davis's (1983-2015) created a distinctive body of paintings that effortlessly synthesizes a wide range of reference points, pivoting between scenes of everyday life and surreal derivations thereof. Complementing his artistic practice, in 2012 Davis founded, along with his wife, the sculptor Karon Davis, the Underground Museum, a dynamic space for art and culture in Los Angeles's Arlington Heights neighborhood.