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[EAN: 9781901033090], Fine, [SC: 6.02], [PU: London: Black Dog Publishing,], ART AND LITERATURE, BILDENDE KUNST, EUROPE, / HISTORY GENERAL, STYLES: C FIRST WORLD WAR TO 1960, OF & DESIGN STYLES, INDIVIDUAL ARTISTS, LITERARY STUDIES: FROM 1900 -, PAINTING PAINTINGS, Art|General, Art|Individual Artist, 189 S. Ein tadelloses Exemplar. - Inhalt: Introduction -- Melancholia, Metaphysics, Measurement. Minotauromachia, 1935 -- The Rotten Sun. From Boisgeloup to the Civil War texts, 1935-1937 -- The Trauma. Guernica, 1937 -- The fall. The Royan and Parchment Notebooks, 1940 -- The Banquet. Desire Caught by the Tail, 1941 -- The Dialectic. The Four Little Girls, 1947 - 1948 -- The Phantom. The Burial of the Count of Orgaz, 1957 - 1959 -- Appendix -- Notes -- Picture Credits. - If Picasso is remembered for one thing, he is remembered as the modernist artist most closely allied to the image. What, then, explains the artist's turn from the visual in 1935 to express himself almost exclusively in writing? Picasso Rewriting Picasso explores, over seven chapters, Picasso's extraordinary relationship to the image through his powerful and provocative body of writings in Spanish and French, some 340 poetic texts and the plays Desire Caught by the Tail, The Four Little Girls and The Burial of the Count ofOrgaz. Picasso's writings provide access to his intellectual life over a period of nearly 25 years, from 1935 to 1959. During this time writing remains an important, though mainly private, part of his work. While Picasso Rewriting Picasso follows a chronological narrative, the book can also be read starting from the middle, with "The Trauma: Guernica, 1937", working forwards or backwards according to the reader's predilection. This anti-linear type of reading suits the logic of Picasso's written work, which involves him in a series of philosophical paradoxes. These paradoxes, which have no solution, appear modern in any era and, like the poetic texts by Picasso in which they are found, relate to our contemporaneity. Picasso Rewriting Picasso shows Picasso in a startling new light and provides new readings of key works such as the Minotauromachia, Guernica and the Meninas series, which his writings illuminate. (Rückentext). ISBN 9781901033090 Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1050

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189 S. Broschiert. Ein tadelloses Exemplar. - Inhalt: Introduction -- Melancholia, Metaphysics, Measurement. Minotauromachia, 1935 -- The Rotten Sun. From Boisgeloup to the Civil War texts, 1935-1937 -- The Trauma. Guernica, 1937 -- The fall. The Royan and Parchment Notebooks, 1940 -- The Banquet. Desire Caught by the Tail, 1941 -- The Dialectic. The Four Little Girls, 1947 - 1948 -- The Phantom. The Burial of the Count of Orgaz, 1957 - 1959 -- Appendix -- Notes -- Picture Credits. - If Picasso is remembered for one thing, he is remembered as the modernist artist most closely allied to the image. What, then, explains the artist's turn from the visual in 1935 to express himself almost exclusively in writing? Picasso Rewriting Picasso explores, over seven chapters, Picasso's extraordinary relationship to the image through his powerful and provocative body of writings in Spanish and French, some 340 poetic texts and the plays Desire Caught by the Tail, The Four Little Girls and The Burial of the Count ofOrgaz. Picasso's writings provide access to his intellectual life over a period of nearly 25 years, from 1935 to 1959. During this time writing remains an important, though mainly private, part of his work. While Picasso Rewriting Picasso follows a chronological narrative, the book can also be read starting from the middle, with "The Trauma: Guernica, 1937", working forwards or backwards according to the reader's predilection. This anti-linear type of reading suits the logic of Picasso's written work, which involves him in a series of philosophical paradoxes. These paradoxes, which have no solution, appear modern in any era and, like the poetic texts by Picasso in which they are found, relate to our contemporaneity. Picasso Rewriting Picasso shows Picasso in a startling new light and provides new readings of key works such as the Minotauromachia, Guernica and the Meninas series, which his writings illuminate. (Rückentext). ISBN 9781901033090 Versand D: 5,50 EUR Art and literature, Bildende Kunst, Europe, Art / History / General, General, Art styles: c First World War to 1960, History of art / art & design styles, Individual artists, Literary studies: from c 1900 -, Painting & paintings, [PU:London: Black Dog Publishing,]

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London, Black Dog Publishing, 189 S. Broschiert. Ein tadelloses Exemplar. - Inhalt: Introduction -- Melancholia, Metaphysics, Measurement. Minotauromachia, 1935 -- The Rotten Sun. From Boisgeloup to the Civil War texts, 1935-1937 -- The Trauma. Guernica, 1937 -- The fall. The Royan and Parchment Notebooks, 1940 -- The Banquet. Desire Caught by the Tail, 1941 -- The Dialectic. The Four Little Girls, 1947 - 1948 -- The Phantom. The Burial of the Count of Orgaz, 1957 - 1959 -- Appendix -- Notes -- Picture Credits. - If Picasso is remembered for one thing, he is remembered as the modernist artist most closely allied to the image. What, then, explains the artist's turn from the visual in 1935 to express himself almost exclusively in writing? Picasso Rewriting Picasso explores, over seven chapters, Picasso's extraordinary relationship to the image through his powerful and provocative body of writings in Spanish and French, some 340 poetic texts and the plays Desire Caught by the Tail, The Four Little Girls and The Burial of the Count ofOrgaz. Picasso's writings provide access to his intellectual life over a period of nearly 25 years, from 1935 to 1959. During this time writing remains an important, though mainly private, part of his work. While Picasso Rewriting Picasso follows a chronological narrative, the book can also be read starting from the middle, with "The Trauma: Guernica, 1937", working forwards or backwards according to the reader's predilection. This anti-linear type of reading suits the logic of Picasso's written work, which involves him in a series of philosophical paradoxes. These paradoxes, which have no solution, appear modern in any era and, like the poetic texts by Picasso in which they are found, relate to our contemporaneity. Picasso Rewriting Picasso shows Picasso in a startling new light and provides new readings of key works such as the Minotauromachia, Guernica and the Meninas series, which his writings illuminate. (Rückentext). ISBN 9781901033090Kunst [Art and literature, Bildende Kunst, Europe, Art / History / General, General, Art styles: c First World War to 1960, History of art / art & design styles, Individual artists, Literary studies: from c 1900 -, Painting & paintings] 2005

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[PU: London: Black Dog Publishing], 189 S. Broschiert.Ein tadelloses Exemplar. - Inhalt: Introduction -- Melancholia, Metaphysics, Measurement. Minotauromachia, 1935 -- The Rotten Sun. From Boisgeloup to the Civil War texts, 1935-1937 -- The Trauma. Guernica, 1937 -- The fall. The Royan and Parchment Notebooks, 1940 -- The Banquet. Desire Caught by the Tail, 1941 -- The Dialectic. The Four Little Girls, 1947 - 1948 -- The Phantom. The Burial of the Count of Orgaz, 1957 - 1959 -- Appendix -- Notes -- Picture Credits. - If Picasso is remembered for one thing, he is remembered as the modernist artist most closely allied to the image. What, then, explains the artist's turn from the visual in 1935 to express himself almost exclusively in writing? Picasso Rewriting Picasso explores, over seven chapters, Picasso's extraordinary relationship to the image through his powerful and provocative body of writings in Spanish and French, some 340 poetic texts and the plays Desire Caught by the Tail, The Four Little Girls and The Burial of the Count ofOrgaz. Picasso's writings provide access to his intellectual life over a period of nearly 25 years, from 1935 to 1959. During this time writing remains an important, though mainly private, part of his work. While Picasso Rewriting Picasso follows a chronological narrative, the book can also be read starting from the middle, with "The Trauma: Guernica, 1937", working forwards or backwards according to the reader's predilection. This anti-linear type of reading suits the logic of Picasso's written work, which involves him in a series of philosophical paradoxes. These paradoxes, which have no solution, appear modern in any era and, like the poetic texts by Picasso in which they are found, relate to our contemporaneity. Picasso Rewriting Picasso shows Picasso in a startling new light and provides new readings of key works such as the Minotauromachia, Guernica and the Meninas series, which his writings illuminate. (Rückentext). ISBN 9781901033090, [SC: 6.00], gebraucht sehr gut, gewerbliches Angebot, [GW: 1050g]

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Picasso Rewriting Picasso

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1901033090

If Picasso is remembered for one thing, he is remembered as the Modernist artist most closely allied to the image. What, then, explains the artist's turn from the visual in 1935 to express himself almost exclusively in writing? Picasso Rewriting Picasso explores Picasso's extraordinary relationship to the image through his powerful and provocative body of writings in Spanish and French, some 340 poetic texts and the plays Desire Caught by the Tail, The Four Little Girls and The Burial of the Count of Orgaz.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781901033090
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1901033090
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2005
Herausgeber: BLACK DOG PUB LTD
189 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,957 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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