Bolti ár: 14650 Ft
Internetes ár: 10255 Ft (30% kedvezmény)
Kiadás éve: 2006
Kategóriák: Művészettörténet, Fotó
Art, history and culture from 1948 to 1986: 900 extraordinary photographs recreate the atmosphere of the post war international art scene in Venice. Unpublished and remarkable photographs take the reader on an extraordinary journey through the artistic milieu of the Venice Biennale from 1948 to 1986 with artists such as Picasso, Mattisse, Dalí, Vedova, Fontana, and Rauschenberg. In their time these photographs were featured in magazines such as Time and Life. Nowadays, this photo-reportage forms a remarkable contribution to the history of postwar culture
Edited by Luca Massimo Barbero, Venice 1948-1986: the Art Scene (catalogue of the exhibition on show at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection) features 900 photographs selected from 12,000 negatives acquired by the ArchivioArte Fondazione-a new project undertaken by the Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Modena-from the Venetian photographic agency Cameraphoto. The ArchivioArteFondazione gathers unpublished correspondence, photographs, and personal archives of artists with the purpose of making them available to the public, thus becoming a center for academic study and scholarly consultation.
The book takes the reader through the various historical phases of the Venice Biennale which are now part of the historical heritage of Venices most prized international art exhibition. Photographs feature internationally renowned artists such as Braque, Chagall, Moore, Léger, Ernst, Arp, Zadkine, Dufy, Mathieu, Oldenburg, Lichtenstein, Kusama, Beuys, LeWitt, as well as numerous Italian artists, such as De Dominicis, Kounellis, Viani, Marini, Birolli, Guttuso, Moreni, Tancredi, Consagra, Capogrossi, Baj, Castellani, Scheggi, Accardi, Mari among others. The photographs capture the artistic climate and fervour of those years with inaugurations of national pavilions and performances, such as those by Jerzy Grotowsky, Julian Beok, Luca Ronconi, and Meredith Monk during the 1970s.
These photographs offer an opportunity to art historians and students alike as documents of key moments in the history of art,
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