Picasso and the allure of language
Susan Greenberg Fisher, Mary Ann Caws, Yale University. Art Gallery, Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University
Yale University Art Gallery, 24 févr. 2009 - 253 pages
Throughout his life, Pablo Picasso had close friendships with writers and an abiding interest in the written word. This groundbreaking book, which draws on the collections of Yale University, traces the relationship that Picasso had with literature and writing in his life and work.
Beginning with the artist’s early associations with such writers as Gertrude Stein, Guillaume Apollinaire, Max Jacob, and Pierre Reverdy, the book continues until the postwar period, by which time Picasso had become a worldwide celebrity. Distinguished authorities in art and literature explore the theme of Picasso and language from historical, linguistic, and visual perspectives and contextualize Picasso’s work within a rich literary framework. Presenting fascinating archival materials and written in an accessible style, Picasso and the Allure of Language is essential reading for anyone interested in this great artist and the history of modernism.
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Review: Picasso and the Allure of LanguageAvis d'utilisateur - Arnoldo - Goodreads
This is the book accompanying an exhibition starting at Yale. Picasso & the Allure of Language examines the use of language and other aesthetic strategies that influenced his work. This is not just ... Consulter l'avis complet
Review: Picasso and the Allure of LanguageAvis d'utilisateur - Emily - Goodreads
ZOMG. Go see the exhibit. Susan Greenberg (the curator) did an amazing job, it's really fabulous. Did you know that Picasso didn't paint for an entire year midcareer to focus on his writing? Did you ... Consulter l'avis complet
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