In Defiance of Painting: Cubism, Futurism, and the Invention of Collage

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Yale University Press, 1 янв. 1992 г. - Всего страниц: 312
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The invention of collage by Picasso and Braque in 1912 proved to be a dramatic turning point in the development of Cubism and Futurism and ultimately one of the most significant innovations in twentieth-century art. Collage has traditionally been viewed as a new expression of modernism, one allied with modernism's search for purity of means, anti-illusionism, unity, and autonomy of form. This book - the first comprehensive study of collage and its relation to modernism - challenges this view. Christine Poggi argues that collage did not become a new language of modernism but a new language with which to critique modernism. She focuses on the ways Cubist collage - and the Futurist multimedia work that was inspired by it - undermined prevailing notions of material and stylistic unity, subverted the role of the frame and pictorial ground, and brought the languages of high and low culture into a new relationship of exchange.
 

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Table
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Conception and Vision in
90
Cubist Collage the Public
124
Destroying the Cult of
164
From Words
194
Futurist Collage and Parole
228
Collage and the Modernist
252
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