By Guillaume Apollinaire, Dorothea Eimert, Anatoli Podoksik.
This quantity provides Cubism, the 20 th century avant-garde paintings circulation, pioneered via Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque, that revolutionized eu portray and sculpture, and encouraged comparable routine in tune, literature and structure. In cubist visible artistic endeavors, gadgets are damaged up, analyzed, and re-assembled in an abstracted shape -- rather than depicting items from one perspective, the artist depicts the topic from a large number of viewpoints to symbolize the topic in a better context. usually the surfaces intersect at probably random angles, removal a coherent experience of intensity. The historical past and item planes interpenetrate each other to create the shallow ambiguous area, one in all cubism's specific features. This paintings deals a brand new interpretation of modernity's an important second, and allows the reader to rediscover, via biographies of Cubist artists equivalent to the aforementioned Picasso and Braque and Juan Gris and Robert Delaunay, the relevant representatives of the movement. Read more...
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No spirit of wisdom, no ethical preaching of philosophy (“memento mori”, “all is vanity”) comes from this still life. On the contrary, the feverish funereal quality of its cold and strident tonalities, the collisions and broken lines of its jagged, sharp surfaces, the headlong fall of its diagonals, all reflect an exalted mourning of a purely personal kind. Much like a huge nugget of raw gold, the human skull serves only to give a final definition to the metaphorical meaning of the form: this is a requiem, though perhaps an unusual one.
The same figurines became the characters of his paintings near the beginning of 1908. Picasso approached the subject as a sculptor, saying, “When it comes to paintings [. ], it would be enough to dissect them—colours, after all, being no more than the indications of different perspectives—then reassemble them according to the indications given by colour, in order to find yourself in the presence of a ‘sculpture’. The dead painting would not be missed”11: if painting is always an illusion, something projected onto a screen, sculpture is always an objective reality, the image of the sculpture being present in the character of the object-thing.
Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges-Pompidou, Paris. qxp 2/3/2010 8:45 AM Page 34 Georges Braque, Man with a Pipe, 1912. 6 cm. Kunstmuseum, Basel. Georges Braque, Fruit Basket, Bottle and Glass, 1912. Glued paper and charcoal, 62 x 46 cm. Private collection. Pablo Picasso, Still-Life with Chair Caning, 1912. Oil on polished canvas wrapped with rope, 29 x 37 cm. Musée Picasso, Paris. Marcel Duchamp, The Bride, 1912. 6 cm. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. Marcel Duchamp, The Passage from the Virgin to the Bride, 1912.
Cubism by Guillaume Apollinaire, Dorothea Eimert, Anatoli Podoksik.