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    October 29, 2019

    libro Fantastic Reality: Louise Bourgeois And A Story Of Modern Art recomendado Arte

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Google Drive The art of Louise Bourgeois stages a dynamic encounter between modern art and psychoanalysis, argues Mignon Nixon in the first full-scale critical study of the artist"s work. A pivotal figure in twentieth-century art, Louise Bourgeois (b. 1911, France) emigrated to New York in 1938 and is still actively working and exhibiting today. From Bourgeois"s formative struggle with the "father figures" of surrealism, including Andre Breton and Marcel Duchamp, to her galvanizing role in the feminist art movement of the 1970s, to her subsequent emergence as a leading voice in postmodernism, this book explores the artist"s responses To war, dislocation, and motherhood, to the prediction of the "woman artist" and the politics of sexual and social liberation, as a dialogue with psychoanalysis. "Convinced that she could express" deeper things in three dimensions, "Bourgeois abandoned painting for the 1940s, founding her art in one of the twentieth century"s most radical and controversial accounts of subjectivity, the psychoanalysis object of Melanie Klein. Rejecting the Oedipal narratives of Freud and the dream imagery of surrealism for the object world of the infantile drives, Bourgeois turned to the child analysis pioneered by Klein, the figure Julia Kristeva has called "the boldest reformer in the history of modern psychoanalysis." With Klein, Bourgeois thinks the negative fragmentation, splitting, and formlessness where we might least expect to find it, in the corporeal fantasies of mother and child. Nixon contends, not only finds powerful expression in Bourgeois"s art, but is echoed in the work of other artists, including Marcel Duchamp, Jasper Johns, Yayoi Kusama, and Eva Hesse , And in a return to Klein in recent art. "Fantastic reality," Bourgeois calls the condition of her art. Starting from Bourgeois"s investigation, through a multiplicity of forms and materials, of the problem of subjectivity on the very threshold of emergence, this book argues for a new psychoanalytic story of modern art.The art of Louise Bourgeois stages a dynamic encounter between modern art and Psychoanalysis, argues Mignon Nixon in the first full-scale critical study of the artist"s work. A pivotal figure in twentieth-century art, Louise Bourgeois (b. 1911, France) emigrated to New York in 1938 and is still actively working and exhibiting today. From Bourgeois"s formative struggle with the "father figures" of surrealism, including Andre Breton and Marcel Duchamp, to her galvanizing role in the feminist art movement of the 1970s, to her subsequent emergence as a leading voice in postmodernism, this book explores the artist"s responses To war, dislocation, and motherhood, to the prediction of the "woman artist" and the politics of sexual and social liberation, as a dialogue with psychoanalysis. "Convinced that she could express" deeper things in three dimensions, "Bourgeois abandoned painting for the 1940s, founding her art in one of the twentieth century"s most radical and controversial accounts of subjectivity, the psychoanalysis object of Melanie Klein.Rejecting the Oedipal narratives of Freud and the dream imagery of surrealism for the object world of the infantile drives, Bourgeois turned to the child analysis pioneered by Klein, the figure Julia Kristeva has called "the boldest reformer in the history of modern psychoanalysis." With Klein, Bourgeois thinks the Nixon contends, not only finds powerful expression in Bourgeois"s art, but is echoed in the work of other artists, including Marcel Duchamp. , Jasper Johns, Yayoi Kusama, and Eva Hesse, and in a return to Klein in recent art. "Fantastic reality," Bourgeois calls the condition Of her art. Starting from Bourgeois"s investigation, through a multiplicity of forms and materials, of the problem of subjectivity on the very threshold of emergence, this book argues for a new psychoanalytic story of modern art. Fantastic Reality: Louise Bourgeois And A Story Of Modern Art Registrate ahora para tener acceso a miles de libros disponibles para su descarga gratuita. El libro esta disponible en PDF, epub, audiolibro y muchos mas formatos. El registro es gratuito.

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