By Bruce Cole
By текста: Cheng Xiang
Альбом картин великого Винсента. В отличном полиграфическом исполенении представлены этапные работы ван Гога разных периодов его творчества. часть1:---------
By Rogoyska, Jane; Bade, Patrick; Klimt, Gustav
By Steve Edwards
In The Bowery in insufficient descriptive systems (1974--1975) Martha Rosler bridged the troubles of conceptual paintings with these of political documentary. The paintings, a chain of twenty-one black-and-white images, twenty-four textual content panels and 3 clean panels, embraces the codes of the photo-text experiments of the overdue Nineteen Sixties and applies them to the social truth of recent York's decrease East facet. the present severe view of The Bowery makes a speciality of its implicit rejection, or critique, of verified modes of documentary. during this illustrated, prolonged essay at the paintings through Rosler, Steve Edwards argues that even though the severe perspective in the direction of documentary is a vital size of the piece, it doesn't exhaust the that means of the venture. Edwards situates the paintings in relation to debates and practices of the interval, specifically conceptual artwork and the emergence of the photo-text paradigm exemplified by way of the paintings of Robert Smithson, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Hans Haacke, Victor Burgin, and the ladies and paintings workforce. In specific, he contextualizes Rosler's paintings of this era in the politicized San Diego staff (which integrated, as well as Rosler, Allan Sekula, Fred Lonidier, and Philip Steinmetz). evaluating The Bowery to Rosler's later video vital records of a citizen, simply got (1977) and the movies of the Dziga-Vertov team (formed via Jean-Luc Godard and Jean-Pierre Gorin), Edwards indicates how the paintings engages with conceptual paintings and the neo-avant-garde of the Nineteen Sixties and 1970s.
By Stefano Zuffi
By Salvador Dali
Painter, fashion designer, and filmmaker Salvador Dalí (1904–1989) used to be probably the most colourful and debatable figures in 20th-century paintings. A pioneer of Surrealism, he was once either praised and reviled for the unconscious imagery he projected into his work, which he occasionally often called «hand-painted dream photographs.»
This early autobiography, which takes him via his overdue thirties, is as startling and unpredictable as his paintings. it truly is fantastically illustrated with over eighty pictures of Dalí and his works, and ratings of Dalí drawings and sketches. On its first booklet, the reviewer of Books saw: «It is most unlikely to not appreciate this painter as author. As an entire, he . . . communicates the snobbishness, self-adoration, comedy, seriousness, fanaticism, in brief the idea that of existence and the whole photograph of himself he units out to portray.»
Dalís flamboyant self-portrait starts off together with his earliest reminiscences and ends on the top of his earliest successes. His tantalizing bankruptcy titles and headnotes — between them «Intra-Uterine Memories,» «Apprenticeship to Glory,» «Permanent Expulsion from the varsity of excellent Arts,» «Dandyism and Prison,» «I am Disowned via my Family,» «My Participation and my place within the Surrealist Revolution,» and «Discovery of the equipment for Photographing inspiration» — merely trace on the compelling revelations to come.
Here are attention-grabbing glimpses of the intense, bold, and relentlessly self-promoting artist who designed theater units, store interiors, and jewellery as conveniently as he made surrealistic work and movies. this is the brain that can envision and create with nice technical virtuosity pictures of serene Raphaelesque attractiveness one second and nightmarish landscapes of soppy watches, burning giraffes, and fly-covered carcasses the following. For someone attracted to 20th-century paintings and one among its such a lot talented and charismatic figures, the key lifetime of Salvador Dalí is needs to analyzing.
By Pavel Florenskij
Stratificazioni è una raccolta di sette saggi dedicati al significato e alla percezione dell’opera d’arte. Gli scritti riflettono l’atteggiamento di Florenskij su questioni vitali quali il simbolo e il mito, il realismo, il concetto di museo, l. a. difesa delle opere d’arte, il significato antropologico e magico del teatro dei burattini, il rapporto fra strumenti tecnici e organi del corpo umano. Un ventaglio di temi amplissimo che fa risuonare le corde più sensibili della riflessione estetica di Florenskij, muovendosi su quel sottile confine fra arte, scienza e tecnica che egli percorse spesso da sapiente equilibrista.
By Martin Kazmaier, Host P. Horst
This quantity offers six a long time of photos by means of the world over identified photographer Horst P. Horst, whose signature sort was once cast within the heady atmospheres of Berlin and Paris within the 1920's and 1930's. Horst's paintings contains cutting edge style images for trend, pictures of luminaries, and the estates of Europe's aristocracy for residence & Garden.strations, 161 in duotone.
By Time-Life Books
By Peter Kuper
A statement of affection to Peter Kuper’s adoptive urban within which he has lived considering 1977, this diary is a colourful survey of latest York City’s historical past. via Kuper’s illustrations, this publication depicts a climb to the pinnacle of the Brooklyn Bridge, the homeless dwelling in instances sq., curler skaters in vital Park, the effect of September eleven, the posh of Wall highway, highway musicians, and different scenes special to the town. With comics, illustrations, and sketches, this murals portrays every thing from the low lifestyles to the excessive power that has lengthy made humans from around the globe flock to ny