Arthur I. Miller
Basic Books, New York, 2001, English
Nonfiction, Art and Cultural History
ISBN: 9780465018604
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Ian Ritchie

A book that captures how aesthetic ideas are not the sole domain of the artist, but also of the scientist, and how these two giants of the 20th century, Einstein and Picasso, were essentially working on the same problem: how to better describe the universe’s geometry once it was clear that the classical view was no longer sufficient, Einstein through relativity and Picasso through Cubism.

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