Why Paintings Don´t Need Titles


Written by Ondřej Horák
Illustrated by Jiří Franta
age 9-12

Book parameters:
Size 240 × 330 mm | 96 pages | hardbinding
Sold to:
Korean, Simplified Chinese, Russian, Italian, Bulgarian

How many originals are there in the world, what did a black square change and why would anyone steal a urinal?

This visually playful book offers answers to these and many other questions about modern art. It shows the most important period of history of modern art in an easily comprehensible and funny form, which will capture the attention of both children and their parents. On top of that, you can also find there an exciting comic detective story.

The book received the Magnesia Litera Award for children’s book of the year 2015.
Italian translation was nominated for Orbil Prize, a prestigious independent booksellers award.

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