Collage The Making of Modern Art

ISBN-10: 0500286094
ISBN-13: 9780500286098
Edition: 2006
Authors: Brandon Taylor
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Description: "A masterful and lavishly illustrated landmark surveythe first to cover the history of collage in this much depth."Library Journal From the seminal moment in 1908 when the young Picasso took a piece of brown card pasted with a "Magasins du Louvre"  More...

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List price: $34.95
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Thames & Hudson
Publication date: 6/17/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 224
Size: 8.75" wide x 11.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 2.332
Language: English

"A masterful and lavishly illustrated landmark surveythe first to cover the history of collage in this much depth."Library Journal From the seminal moment in 1908 when the young Picasso took a piece of brown card pasted with a "Magasins du Louvre" label and converted it into a new kind of picture, collage has been at the heart of modern art. Indeed, in seeking to transform the discarded scraps and residues of everyday life, the technique found extraordinary new opportunities for subversive rupture, playful artifice, and surreal juxtaposition, together with a completely new conception of the work of art as a material thing. Collage quickly became essential to the idea of the modern, leaving its mark on almost every art movement since, from Dada and Constructivism, via Surrealism, Pop, and Situationism, to the digital techniques of today. This book, the first comprehensive survey of the technique, explores in full the theoretical implications and political messages behind the work of the past century, explaining how the process was intimately linked to other revolutions in art practice. It covers the many offshoots of collage, including assemblage, montage, photomontage, and décollage. Along the way it outlines a new vision of modern art springing from this most simple and democratic of techniques. 206 illustrations, 91 in color.

Introduction
Inventing Collage
Braque and Picasso
Picasso, bricoleur
The Collage Diaspora: Severini, Gris and beyond
Paths to Construction
Paris: In the boulevard Raspail
Sdvig and Za-um: Moscow and St Petersburg
Constructivism: Rodchenko and Klutsis
Dada Dialectics
Zurich Collage: Hans Arp
Berlin: Towards the International Dada Fair
Enter Kurt Schwitters
The World of Hannah Hoch
Legacies of the Dada Mind
Dada in Cologne: Ernst and Baargeld
Max Ernst and Collage in Surrealist Paris
Dada into Constructivism
The Surrealist Years
The Tension between Matter and Text
The Galerie Goemans Exhibition
Joan Miro and Painting
Surrealism in Prague: Toyen, Styrsky, Teige
British Surrealism: Penrose, Nash, Agar
The Political and the Personal: the 1930s
Large-scale Exhibitions
'The dialectical problems of form': John Heartfield
The Private Archive
Montage as Resistance: Hoch, Baumeister, Nash
New York Conversations
Peggy Guggenheim and Robert Motherwell
Clement Greenberg's Modernism
Krasner/Pollock
California Collage
Beginnings of Assemblage: Spohn and Berman
The San Francisco Scene: Duncan, Jess, Hedrick and Herms
'Beat' Constructivism: Bruce Conner and Ed Kienholz
Later Surrealism
Post-War Paris: Jacques Prevert and Co.
Surrealism in the Independent Group: Paolozzi and Henderson
The Non-Aristotelians: John McHale
Collage into Sculpture: Paolozzi
The Critique of Cities
Collage and decollage in Rome
Decollage in Paris: Hains and Villegle
The Mood in New York: Rauschenberg
Paris: the later 1950s
London: The Moment of 'Pop'
Collage in the Counter-culture: the 1960s
Vernacular Glances: Paris, London and New York
West Coast Endings: Conner, Herms and Hopper
Jiri Kolar and the Prague School
The Spirit of Play: Architectural Collage
Collage after Collage
Late Flowerings
Political Montage: the 1970s
'Post-modernist' Collage
Digital Structure
Notes
Bibliography
List of illustrations
Index

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