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Titre : Transatlantic Encounters: Latin American Artists in Paris Between Auteur : Michele Greet Éditeur : Yale University Press Thème : Histoire de l'art Format : Relié Pages : 296Dimension : 8 1/2 x 11 poucesLangue : Anglais Date de publication : Mars 2018 ISBN : 9780300228427 Résumé : An unprecedented and comprehensive survey of Latin American artists in interwar ParisParis was the artistic capital of the world in the 1920s and '30s, providing a home and community for the French and international avant-garde, whose experiments laid the groundwork for artistic production throughout the rest of the century. Latin American artists contributed to and reinterpreted nearly every major modernist movement that took place in the creative center of Paris between World War I and World War II, including Cubism (Diego Rivera), Surrealism (Antonio Berni and Roberto Matta), and Constructivism (Joaquín Torres-García). Yet their participation in the Paris art scene has remained largely overlooked until now. This vibrant book examines their collective role, surveying the work of both household names and an extraordinary array of lesser-known artists.
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