The Art Game: Artists' Trump Cards

By James Cahill and Mikkel Sommer

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  • Playing cards
  • 32 colour illustrations
  • 34 pages
  • 4 x 2⅝ ins
  • ISBN 9781856699532
  • Published August 2014
Piet Mondrian or Andy Warhol – Damien Hirst or Banksy – whose artworks have been the most influential? The most shocking? The most expensive? How about their versatility or critical reception? These playing cards allow art lovers of all ages to play their favorite artists against each other to discover who rules the art world.

About the Author

James Cahill is an art writer based in London, who contributes to Elephant, Apollo, The Burlington Magazine and frieze. He is researching a PhD on classical mythology in contemporary visual art.

Mikkel Sommer was born in 1987 and grew up in Copenhagen. He started freelancing in 2009, working in illustration, design for animation and comic books. He lives in Berlin with his wife and daughter.

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Features 32 artists:

Pablo Picasso
Henri Matisse
René Magritte
Aleksandr Rodchenko
Salvador Dalí
Marc Chagall
Marcel Duchamp
Frida Kahlo
Piet Mondrian
Edward Hopper
Jackson Pollock
Mark Rothko
Francis Bacon
Robert Rauschenberg
Andy Warhol
Bruce Nauman
Joseph Beuys
Christo and Jeanne-Claude
Jean-Michel Basquiat
David Hockney
Louise Bourgeois
Cindy Sherman
Gerhard Richter
Marina Abramović
Lucian Freud
Andreas Gursky
Maurizio Cattelan
Takashi Murakami
Jeff Koons
Damien Hirst
Ai Weiwei