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Surrealism In Latin America

Author : Dawn Ades
ISBN : 9781606061176
Genre : Art
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This collection of essays—the first major account of surrealism in Latin America that covers both literary and visual production—explores the role the movement played in the construction and recuperation of cultural identities and the ways artists and writers contested, embraced, and adapted surrealist ideas and practices. Surrealism in Latin America provides new Latin American–centric scholarship, not only about surrealism’s impact on the region but also about the region’s impact on surrealism. It reconsiders the relation between art and anthropology, casts new light on the aesthetics of “primitivism,” and makes a strong case for Latin American artists and writers as the inheritors of a movement that effectively went underground after World War II. In so doing, it expands our understanding of important, fascinating figures who are less well known than their counterparts active in Europe and New York. Deriving from a conference held at the Getty Research Institute, the book is rich in new materials drawn from the GRI’s diverse Mexican and South American surrealist collections, which include the archives of Vicente Huidobro, Enrique Gómez-Correa, César Moro, Enrique Lihn, and Emilio Westphalen.
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Surrealism In Latin American Literature

Author : M. Nicholson
ISBN : 9781137317612
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Charting surrealism in Latin American literature from its initial appearance in Argentina in 1928 to the surrealist-inspired work of several writers in the 1970s, Melanie Nicholson argues that surrealism has exercised a significant and positive influence over twentieth-century Latin American literature, particularly poetry.
Category: Literary Criticism

Latin America Beyond Lo Real Maravilloso

Author : Maria Clara Bernal
ISBN : 3847322370
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This book looks at the way in which certain encounters between Latin American and European intellectuals in the first half of the twentieth century shaped Latin Americas' representation in the arts. It reviews the struggle of Latin American artists and art critics to find an 'appropriate language' for the expression and representation of their culture. Part one examines some of the Latin American art exhibitions that took place in the decade of the 1980s. It elaborates on the stereotypes that they perpetuated and traces their origins to Alejo Carpentier's theory of Lo real maravilloso americano. Part two explores the complex relationship between Surrealism and Latin America, emphasizing the issues that arose from the struggle of intellectuals and artists to find the appropriate way for the cultural representation of Latin America. While some rejected the French Avant-garde movement, accusing it of colonialism, others - especially in Martinique and Haiti - saw the movement as a 'liberating force'. Part three centers on Cuban painter Wifredo Lam. His work changed the ideal of art produced in Latin America and anticipated contemporary theories of Creolization.
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A Companion To Dada And Surrealism

Author : David Hopkins
ISBN : 9781118476222
Genre : Art
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This excellent overview of new research on Dada and Surrealism blends expert synthesis of the latest scholarship with completely new research, offering historical coverage as well as in-depth discussion of thematic areas ranging from criminality to gender. This book provides an excellent overview of new research on Dada and Surrealism from some of the finest established and up-and-coming scholars in the field Offers historical coverage as well as in–depth discussion of thematic areas ranging from criminality to gender One of the first studies to produce global coverage of the two movements, it also includes a section dealing with the critical and cultural aftermath of Dada and Surrealism in the later twentieth century Dada and Surrealism are arguably the most popular areas of modern art, both in the academic and public spheres
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Farewell To Surrealism

Author : Annette Leddy
ISBN : 9781606061183
Genre : Art
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This volume accompanies the exhibition Farewell to Surrealism: The Dyn Circle in Mexico, held at the Getty Research Institute, 2 October 2012-17 February 2013.
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Guide To Indexing And Cataloging With The Art Architecture Thesaurus

Author : Toni Petersen
ISBN : 0195088808
Genre : Architecture
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This edition is an expanded version of the vocabulary resource for the description of fine art, architecture, decorative art, material culture, and archival materials. The Guide to Indexing and Cataloging has been added.
Category: Architecture

Refusal Of The Shadow

Author : Michael Richardson
ISBN : 1859840183
Genre : Literary Collections
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Refusal of the Shadow explores the nature of the relationship between black anti-colonialist movements in the Caribbean and the most radical of the European avant-gardes, and presents a series of texts which reveal its complexity.
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Transatlantic Encounters

Author : Michele Greet
ISBN : 9780300228427
Genre : Art
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Paris was the artistic capital of the world in the 1920s and '30s, providing a home and community for the French and international avant-garde. Latin American artists contributed to and reinterpreted nearly every major modernist movement that took place in the creative center of Paris between World War I and World War II, including Cubism (Diego Rivera), Surrealism (Antonio Berni and Roberto Matta), and Constructivism (Joaquin Torres-Garcia). Yet their participation in the Paris art scene has remained largely overlooked until now. This book examines their collective role, surveying the work of both household names and an extraordinary array of lesser-known artists. Michele Greet illuminates the significant ways in which Latin American expatriates helped establish modernism and, conversely, how a Parisian environment influenced the development of Latin American artistic identity.
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Latin American Artists Of The Twentieth Century

Author : Waldo Rasmussen
ISBN : 0870704249
Genre : Art, Latin American
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Account of the rise of modernism in the art of Latin America, published to accompany the exhibition Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century at The Museum of Modern Art, New York.
Category: Art, Latin American