Life, Design, and Beauty
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By Pat Kirkham, Pat Moore, and Pirco Wolfframm
Introduction by Eva Zeisel
Photographs by Brent C. Brolin
Eva Zeisel was one of the twentieth century’s most influential ceramicists and designers of modern housewares. Her distinctive take on modern industrial design was inspired by organic form and brought beauty and playfulness to housewares, earning her designs a beloved place in midcentury homes. This richly illustrated volume—the first-ever complete biographical account of Zeisel’s life and work—presents an extensive survey of every line she ever created, all captured in gorgeous new photography, plus 28 short essays from scholars, collectors, curators, and designers. The definitive book on the grande dame of twentieth-century ceramics, this is an essential resource for anyone who appreciates modern design.
Size: 9 1/2 x 10 1/2 in;
Pages: 256 pp;
200 photographs, shrink-wrapped
Publication: October 2013
Pat Kirkham is a professor at the Bard Graduate Center and author of several books. She lives in New York.
Pat Moore is co-founder of the Eva Zeisel Forum and an avid researcher of Zeisel’s work. She lives in San Francisco.
Pirco Wolfframm is an internationally published graphic designer and writer. She lives in New York.
Brent C. Brolin is a writer, photographer and architect based out of New York.