Kinesthesia: Latin American Kinetic Art, 1954-1969

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Prestel #ad - Kinesthesia highlights the broad differences that emerged among the two principal South American centers of activity: Argentina, where kinetic art grew out of local debates about painting; and Venezuela, where pioneering notions of modern architecture stimulated a synthesis of art and design. While southern california was becoming the north american epicenter for Light and Space art in the 1960s, as well as in Paris, separate yet closely related technical experiments had been unfolding in a handful of major cities of South America, the European center for kinetic art.

Featured in this volume are kinetic sculptures and installations by jesús rafael soto, as well as essays that explore the history of this movement, Carlos Cruz-Diez, examine the artists’ reception by European and American audiences in the context of the Cold War, Martha Boto, and others, Julio Le Parc, and link their achievements to 21st-century artists and their work.

Kinesthesia: Latin American Kinetic Art, 1954-1969 #ad - This book examines pioneering Latin American kinetic artists who helped develop kinetic art into an international movement. Kinesthesia: latin american kinetic art, 1954–1969 examines the influential and visually stunning work of South American kinetic artists.

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Julio Le Parc: Form into Action

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Prestel #ad - Julio le parc Form Into Action. Sullivan, his influence on other latin american artists, his frequent exchanges with members of the Paris avant-garde from the late 1950s on, the publication examines Le Parc’s leadership role as a founder of the artists collaborative Groupe de Recherche d’Art Visuel GRAV, as well as his writings on art and society.

The book explores le parc’s groundbreaking innovations in the fields of light, and perception, movement, which the artist began soon after his arrival to Paris in 1958 and developed over the course of nearly six decades. With contributing essays in both English and Spanish by Rodrigo Alonso, Estrellita B.

Julio Le Parc: Form into Action #ad - . The volume includes a selection of Le Parc’s paintings, sculptures, and light installations presented in full-color reproductions as well as an autobiographical chronology written by the artist. Brodsky, valerie Hillings, and Edward J. Julio le parc: form into action accompanies the first retrospective survey in the United States dedicated to Julio Le Parc b.

1928, mendoza, france, argentina; lives in Cachan, a central and influential figure in participatory Kinetic art.

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Making Art Concrete: Works from Argentina and Brazil in the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros

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Getty Conservation Institute #ad - Indeed, and cultural underpinnings of the artists’ propositions, this volume sheds further light on the social, political, making a compelling addition to the field of postwar Latin American art. Julio le parc Form Into Action. Some of these artists used novel synthetic materials, creating objects that offered an alternative to established traditions in painting—proposing that these objects become part of everyday, concrete reality.

Combining art historical and scientific analysis, experts from the getty Conservation Institute and Getty Research Institute are collaborating with the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, a world-renowned collection of Latin American art, to research the formal strategies and material decisions of these artists working in the concrete and neo-concrete vein.

Making Art Concrete: Works from Argentina and Brazil in the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros #ad - Making art concrete presents works by lygia clark, willys de Castro, Raúl Lozza, Hélio Oiticica, among others, Judith Lauand, and Rhod Rothfuss, with spectacu-lar new photography. The photographs, along with information about the now-invisible processes that determine the appearance of these works, are key to interpreting the artists’ technical choices as well as the objects themselves.

In the years after world war ii, artists in Argentina and Brazil experimented with geo-metric abstraction and engaged in lively debates about the role of the artwork in society.

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Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985

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Prestel #ad - This stunning reappraisal offers long overdue recognition to the enormous contribution to the field of contemporary art of women artists in Latin America and those of Latino and Chicano heritage working during a pivotal time in history. Amidst the tumult and revolution that characterized the latter half of the 20th century in Latin America and the US, women artists were staking their claim in nearly every field.

A series of thematic essays, address the cultural and political contexts in which these radical artists worked, arranged by country, art history, while other essays address key issues such as feminism, and the political body. Julio le parc Form Into Action. This wide ranging volume examines the work of more than 100 female artists with nearly 300 works in the fields of painting, photography, sculpture, video, performance art, and other experimental media.

Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985 #ad - . Drawing its design and feel from the radical underground pamphlets, and posters of the era, catalogs, this is the first examination of a highly influential period in 20th-century art history. Published in association with the Hammer Museum.

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Victor Vasarely: In the Labyrinth of Modernism

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Verlag für moderne Kunst #ad - Vasarely began his career in advertising as a graphic designer, and his art blurred the boundaries between the fine and applied arts―between, for example, a panel painting and a poster. Assembling 120 works from both european and us collections, and published for a major European survey, Victor Vasarely: In the Labyrinth of Modernism traces the roots and genesis of this often-misrepresented artist based on key pictures and objects, arguing for an alternative vision of 20th-century art history in terms of both genealogy and genre.

Cofounder of op art, victor vasarely 1906–97 forged a bridge between interwar abstractionism and the postwar avant-gardes with a vast oeuvre spanning more than six decades and incorporating all manner of styles and influences. Julio le parc Form Into Action.

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Abstraction in Reverse: The Reconfigured Spectator in Mid-Twentieth-Century Latin American Art

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University of Chicago Press #ad - The first book to explore this phenomenon on an international scale, Abstraction in Reverse traces the movement as it evolved across South America and parts of Europe. Instead of manufacturing autonomous art, these artists produced artworks that required the presence of the spectator to be complete. During the mid-twentieth century, Latin American artists working in several different cities radically altered the nature of modern art.

Alexander alberro demonstrates that artists such as tomás maldonado, Jesús Soto, Julio Le Parc, in breaking with the core tenets of the form of abstract art known as Concrete art, and Lygia Clark, redefined the role of both the artist and the spectator. Alberro also shows the various ways these artists strategically demoted regionalism in favor of a new modernist voice that transcended the traditions of the nation-state and contributed to a nascent globalization of the art world.

Abstraction in Reverse: The Reconfigured Spectator in Mid-Twentieth-Century Latin American Art #ad - Julio le parc Form Into Action. Reimagining the relationship of art to its public, these artists granted the spectator an unprecedented role in the realization of the artwork.

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Vasarely Basic Art Series 2.0

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TASCHEN #ad - In this dependable introduction, we explore the makings of an artist ahead of his time. This redefinition of the artist’s position and function in society marked a crucial first step in the Pop Art movement. Vasarely’s boldly colorful and eye-popping paintings are instantly recognizable and remain entirely modern and relevant today.

Hungarian-french painter Victor Vasarely 1906–1997 was a precocious talent. To him, nor for distinction between fine and commercial art―“We cannot leave the enjoyment of art to an elite of connoisseurs forever, there was no place for hierarchical division into originals and reproductions, ” he declared.

By the late ’50s and early ’60s, he concentrated on the “democratization of art” by producing “multiples”―reasonably priced originalworks reproduced in large editions. Crisp reproductions and insightful texts celebrate the father of the Op Art movement, from his earliest hypnotizing optical illusions to his hallmark checkerboard works.

Vasarely’s attempt to “destroy the completely obsolete myth of the unique, inimitable masterwork” was a tremendous contribution to art theory. His earliest surviving painting, a landscape done at age 12, baffled through its realism―an indication of the compelling illusions of spatial depth that would later define his dazzling universe.

Vasarely Basic Art Series 2.0 #ad - Inspired by the likes of malevich and the Bauhaus school, Vasarely developed his own abstract-geometric visual language, exploring the relationship between pure form and pure color. Vasarely’s experimentation with optical effects in the 1940s and ’50s earned him a central role in the evolution of Op Art.

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Bill Cunningham: On the Street: Five Decades of Iconic Photography

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Clarkson Potter #ad - More than anything,  on the Street is a timeless representation of Cunningham’s commitment to capturing the here and now. An absolute delight. People julio le parc Form Into Action. New york times bestseller • the first published collection of photographs by the icon of street style, bringing together favorites published in The New York Times alongside never-before-seen work across five decades.

A dazzling kaleidoscope from the gaze of an artist who saw beauty at every turn. André leon talley bill cunningham’s photography captured the evolution of style, of trends, and of the everyday, both in New York City and in Paris. Here you’ll find cunningham’s distinctive chronicling of the 1980s transit strike, the rise of 1990s casual Fridays, the sadness that fell over the city following 9/11, Inauguration Day 2009, the onset of selfies, and many other significant moments.

Bill Cunningham: On the Street: Five Decades of Iconic Photography #ad - This enduring portfolio is enriched by essays that provide a revealing portrait of Cunningham and a few of his many fascinations and influences, Vanessa Friedman, contributed by Cathy Horyn, Tiina Loite, Jacob Bernstein, Penelope Green, Guy Trebay, Ruth La Ferla, and a much favored subject, Anna Wintour.

But his work also shows that street style is not only about fashion; it’s about the people and the changing culture. These photographs—many never before seen, others having originally appeared in The New York Times and elsewhere—move from decade to decade, beginning in the 1970s and continuing until Cunningham’s death in 2016.

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The Other Transatlantic: Kinetic and Op Art in Eastern Europe and Latin America Museum Under Construction

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Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw #ad - The other transatlantic is attuned to the brief but historically significant moment in the postwar period between 1950 and 1970 when the trajectories of the Eastern European art scenes on the one hand, and their Latin American counterparts on the other, converged in a shared enthusiasm for kinetic and op art.

As the axis connecting the established power centers of paris, and new York became increasingly dominated by monolithic trends including pop, London, Caracas, Budapest, Zagreb, minimalism, Buenos Aires, and conceptualism—another web of ideas was being spun linking the hubs of Warsaw, and Sao Paulo.

The Other Transatlantic: Kinetic and Op Art in Eastern Europe and Latin America Museum Under Construction #ad - These artistic practices were dedicated to what appeared to be an entirely different set of aesthetic concerns: philosophies of art and culture dominated by notions of progress and science, the machine and engineering, construction and perception. This book presents a highly illustrated introduction to this significant transnational phenomenon in the visual arts.

Julio le parc Form Into Action.

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Lee Krasner

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Thames & Hudson #ad - This richly illustrated monograph is a comprehensive survey of the work of one of the twentieth century’s most dynamic artists. In fact, his death in 1956 marked her renaissance as an artist. Coinciding with a major exhibition at barbican art gallery, contextualized by photography from the postwar period, and works on paper, Lee Krasner features an outstanding selection of her most important paintings, an illustrated chronology, collages, and an unpublished interview with her biographer Gail Levin.

She quipped about her belated recognition: “I was a woman, thank you, Jewish, a damn good painter, a widow, and a little too independent. One of the original pioneers of abstract expressionism, Krasner has for too long been eclipsed by her husband, Jackson Pollock. 250 color illustrations Julio le parc Form Into Action.

Lee Krasner #ad - . A richly illustrated monograph on the life and work of Lee Krasner, one of the twentieth century’s most inspiring women artists and a pioneer of abstract expressionism. In 1984, lee krasner 1908–1984 became one of the few women artists to have been given a retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

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Lygia Pape

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Metropolitan Museum of Art #ad - Julio le parc Form Into Action. An exceptional overview of the experimental, political, and participatory artwork of an important, iconoclastic Latin American artist Lygia Pape 1927–2004 was an influential Brazilian artist and pioneering member of the postwar avant-garde. Pape embraced the ideals of concrete art and geometric abstraction early on, and later was an active participant in the Neo Concrete movement that championed experimentation and chance.

This handsome book provides an extensive examination of her lengthy, prolific career. Metropolitan museum of art. She worked across an expansive range of media, prints, including painting, and installation, performance, sculpture, drawing, film, poetry, and her art is now exhibited worldwide. During this time, she created participatory works that questioned the space between artist and viewer, as well as the social context of art itself.

Lygia Pape #ad - Featuring essays from art historians in both north and south america, and two previously untranslated interviews with the artist, an illustrated chronology, Lygia Pape is a testament to Pape’s lasting importance to the modern art and culture of Latin America and to her position as a major figure of the international avant-garde.

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