Arts & Photography Books By Artists, A-Z

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  • Louis de Funès de A à Z

    Karton Kapak
    En janvier 1983, disparaît l'un des acteurs comiques les plus célèbres du cinéma français de la seconde moitié du XXe siècle et le champion incontesté du box-office français des années 60-70, attirant plus de cent cinquante millions de spectateurs dans les salles: Louis de Funès. Incroyablement populaire, il fait la pluie et le beau temps sur le cinéma français. Après presque vingt ans sur les planches et devant les caméras dans de nombreux seconds rôles, il impose son personnage de Français impulsif, râleur, au franc-parler parfois dévastateur, à la fin des années 1950. En 200 entrées, Bertrand Dicale, grand fan de l'acteur a choisi de vous le présenter sous un jour plus intime. vous y trouverez tous ses films, mais vous trouverez aussi des notices plus inédites comme grimaces, bouche, gifle, roses, parmi d'autres.
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  • Cosmopolitan Modernisms (Annotating Art's Histories: Cross-Cultural Perspectives in the Visual Arts)

    Cosmopolitan Modernisms (Annotating Art's Histories: Cross-Cultural Perspectives in the Visual Arts)

    Karton Kapak
    This first book in the Annotating Art's Histories series revisits the period in which modernist attitudes took shape, examining the ways in which a shared history of art and ideas was experienced in different nations and cultures. Original essays by leading art historians and curators trace the dynamic interplay of cultures across the story of modern art, looking at moments of crisis and innovation in modernism's cross-cultural past. An account of colonialism and nationalism in Indian art from the 1890s to the 1920s, for example, suggests that cultural identities are constantly modifying one another in the very moment of their encounter and points to primitivism as a counter-discourse to modernism. A collision between modernism and colonialism in the design of a Bauhaus model housing project reveals the volatile conditions of European modernism in the 1930s. Discussions of the abstract painting of Norman Lewis and the collages of Romare Bearden illustrate the conflicted experiences and multiple affiliations of African American artists in the New York art world of the 1940s and 1950s. The first English translation of an influential essay in the Brazilian neoconcrete movement of the 1950s takes up concerns similar to those of North American minimalism in the 1960s. These and the other journeys into modernism's past described in Cosmopolitan Modernisms return to our contemporary moment with questions about modern art and modernity that we are only beginning to ask.Copublished with inIVA/Institute of International Visual Arts, London.
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  • He Sen: Paintings

    He Sen: Paintings

    Sert Kapak
    Chinese painter He Sen (born 1968) has been gaining increased attention for his exquisite photorealist paintings of young women. His subjects wear lingerie or pajamas as they strike casually, almost naively seductive poses and fix languid, near-vacant stares off into the distance, at a blaring television, or directly at the viewer. These women are rendered almost exclusively in blacks and grays, and the surfaces of their skin and nylon stockings have an eerily smooth texture. He's paintings blatantly mobilize the sexualized beauty of their nymphets, yet the only moments of color in these shadowed portraits are all inanimate commodities: copper bangle bracelets, a splash of pink lipstick, a goblet of wine. And the only traces of a classically expressive hand are to be found in the practically Impressionist plumes of smoke that issue from the models' cigarettes: ephemeral, polluted, fatal.
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