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Производитель: изд. Flammarion
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Страна: Канада
Вес: 0 гр.
Автор: Jacques Dupin
Язык издания: Английский
Издательство: Flammarion
Год издания: 2004
Количество страниц: 479
Формат: 240x330
Тип обложки: твердый
Количество иллюстраций: 493
In this superb critical-biographical study marking the centenary of Miro's birth, French art critic Dupin, who was a friend of the Catalan painter, peers behind the ``elaborately cultivated delirium'' of his playfully exuberant canvases to find pessimism, mystery, anxiety and foreboding. Miro's meticulously detailed ``enchanted realism'' (1918-1920) scarcely foretold his sudden plunge into the realm of fantasy. Surreal, automatist dreamscapes gave way to the ``savage paintings'' of 1934-1938, full of monsters, tortured flesh and screams, which prefigured humanity's descent into bestiality. His pure, pullulating Constellations series, made in a tiny Normandy village just before the outbreak of WW II, is a refuge from a world gone mad. Miro's fertile imagination constantly renewed itself over the next four decades as he explored a vast repertory of forms and signs. This substantial revision and enlargement of a 1962 monograph includes valuable new chapters on Miro's sculpture, ceramics, prints, tapestries, murals and poetry. / Jacques Dupin, one of Miro's friends and collaborators since 1956, assisted the painter in his work as engraver and lithographer. He has organized numerous exhibitions devoted to Miro and has been the curator of major retrospectives in New York, Tokyo, Paris, Milan, Barcelona and Zurich. He is also the author of a work on Alberto Giacometti and in 1988 he was awarded the Grand Prix National de Poesie by the French government.
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