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Books

Batuz: A Book On My Own

Batuz is now working on a comprehensive volume dedicated to the last 60 years of his painterly oeuvre. He calls this work "a book on my own".
He is not placing the works in a chronological order but intends with each painting added to be like one more stone reinforcing and helping to complement the whole building in our inner eye.
This work in progress has its own timing and underlies many changes. That's why we must not take it as definitive. © 2010 Batuz





Batuz: Works in Paper

Rizzoli is a book designed cover to cover by Batuz in order to show the development of his series "Works in Paper". With large documentary photos following the artists life and environment, the book begins to bring the viewer closer to the artists works. These mostly large scale works presented out in nature reveal many parallels to the artists study on Interrelation of Forms. A comprehensive idea can be perceived through the various studies on the interrelation of forms that are represented in this book. Texts included are "Greeen's Farms" by Ronald A. Kuchta, "Introduction" by Rafael Squirru, "Lines from Life to Being" by Dieter Ronte and "On the Artist" by Curt Heigl. Photographic credits go to Don Ross, Roberto Ciechanow, Rawn Fulton, Andras Mahr, Carlos Mozo Saravia, Andrew Stewart, Photo Wass, and Angelika Walker. © 1983 Batuz

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Catalogs

Phillips Collection

Phillips Collection was a catalog designed by Batuz for his upcoming show at the Phillips Collection Museum, Washington DC. A collection of artwork from his silk screen series is included while accompanied by texts from Pietro M. Bardi, Rafael Squirru, Frank Getlein, Dieter Ronte, and Joseph H. Hirshhorn are included. © 1977 Batuz







Caixa

The Caixa catalog was put together through the efforts of the Fundació Caixa de Pensions from Spain for his upcoming show in Barcelona. With an introduction written by Rosa María Subirana it publishes for the first time the twelve stanza poem by Michel Butor written on the works of Batuz, "Meditación sur la Frontier". "An Interview That Never Took Place" has also been included. All texts are presented in Catalan while an English translation is available at the back of the publication. Also included are photos by Inge Morath from Magnum, Georg Gerster, and Andras Mahr. © 1985 Fundació Caixa de Pensions





Gulbenkian

For his show in the Fundacao Calouste Gulbenkian a catalog was designed to present some of Batuz' latest works. Texts include an introduction by José Sommer Ribeiro and the "Meditación sur la Frontier" by Michel Butor, both in Portugues with a translation of the latter are included in French and English at the back of the edition. Photographs by Inge Morath, Andras Mahr and Perez Celis. © 1983 Batuz









Hara Museum

This catalog was put together in preparation for the show of works from Batuz at the Hara Museum in Tokyo, Japan. It includes Toshio Hara's address at the show, text from Rafael Squirru and by the artist himself.










Indianapolis Museum of Art

This small pamphlet was put together for the show at the Indianapolis Museum of Art in the year 1982 which includes some lists of reference and a short text by Robert. A. Yassin, then director of the museum.