New York: Béatrice Coron, 2015. Number 3 of four copies. "Let's keep dancing if that's all there is! This is a lively and engaging book that Andrea Arroyo and Béatrice Coron did in collaboration. It features Arroyo's color illustrations of dancers and Coron's paper-cuts of dancers and the brief. It was created using Arches paper. The book is housed in a red cloth folder with the silhouette of a dancer affix to the cover. The book slides into an interior sleeve within. In fine condition. It measures 6 x 30 inches when extended. Andrea Arroyo is an award-winning artist working in a range of media including public art, painting, drawing, illustration and site-specific installation. Her work is exhibited widely and is in private, corporate and public collections around the world. Her artwork has been published extensively including in or on the cover of The New Yorker, The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune and The Nation and has been the subject of over two hundred features in the international media. French born Béatrice Coron is a renowned artist whose work includes book arts, fine art, and public art. Her work can be found in major museum collections, libraries, as well as private collections. Her books are fascinating creations made through cutting images in paper or Tyvek. Christina Favretto, Head of Special Collections at the University of Miami describes her work in Coron's "artfragments" portfolio: "There is a palpable joy in the work of Béatrice Coron, the kind of joy we felt as children in unwrapping a particularly enticing holiday gift. But...for Béatrice the gift is a sheet of Tyvek...or paper, and the stories to be unearthed and unleashed within and through the medium." Coron describes her book work: "For the last 20 years, I have been exploring visual storytelling in artist books, paper cutting and public art. Collecting memories from individuals and communities, I stage narrative allegories in silhouette to create a dialogue with the viewer in playful fantasies. These visual chronicles record archetypal stories that transcend time and space. I have been fascinated by the relation of people to their space and the sense of belonging. Using papercutting where everything is cut from a single piece of Tyvek, the profusion of individual stories makes a coherent whole world." [From her website] ARTISTSB/082520. Fine.
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