"JACKSON POLLOCK: WORKS FROM THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, NEW YORK, AND EUROPEAN COLLECTIONS". Collectif. Editions Kehrer. 2003..
"JACKSON POLLOCK: WORKS FROM THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, NEW YORK, AND EUROPEAN COLLECTIONS". Collectif. Editions Kehrer. 2003. Grand in-8, couverture cartonnée photo. 88 pages. Texte bilingue Anglais / Allemand, avant propos par Armin Zweite, illustré de très nombreuses reproductions photographiques in-texte et hors texte d'œuvres de Jackson Pollock.
"Jackson Pollock, the most celebrated and self-contradictory American painter of the 20th century, is regarded as a challenging protagonist and leading figure of Abstract Expressionism. He is the epitome of a language of forms that smashes all customary codes and of an equally simple and revolutionary procedure, for which the term "all-over" has emerged. The gestural or actionistic aspect of his activity opened undreamed-of free artistic spaces. He radicalized Cubism's concept of the image, without finally breaking with the traditional notion of the image as developed in Europe..." Armin Zweite.