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Apollinaire, catalyst for primitivism, Picabia, and Duchamp

Author: Katia Samaltanos-Stenström
Publisher: Ann Arbor, Mich : UMI Research Press, ©1984.
Series: Studies in the fine arts., Avant-garde ;, no. 45.
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Samaltanos-Stenström, Katia.
Apollinaire, catalyst for primitivism, Picabia, and Duchamp.
Ann Arbor, Mich : UMI Research Press, ©1984
(OCoLC)562256305
Named Person: Guillaume Apollinaire; Francis Picabia; Marcel Duchamp; Guillaume Apollinaire; Francis Picabia; Marcel Duchamp; Guillaume Apollinaire; Marcel Duchamp; Francis Picabia; Guillaume Apollinaire; Francis Picabia; Marcel Duchamp
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Katia Samaltanos-Stenström
ISBN: 083571568X 9780835715683
OCLC Number: 10724210
Notes: Revision of the author's thesis, University of Virginia, 1981.
Description: xv, 228 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. Approaches to an idea --
Primitivism : from ethnology to aesthetics (1900-20) --
From Baudelaire to symbolism --
2. Apollinaire and primitivism --
The question of Apollinaire's role --
Primitivism, Negro art, and related ideas at the turn of the century --
The Negro enlightenment : "A grain of folly" --
"The Midwife" of Picasso's "Black delivery" --
"The philosophical brothel" --
Negro art and the dimension of infinity --
A new branch of curiosity : the Trocadero Museum --
Early collections of Negro art --
Folk art and the cult of the naive --
The Douanier Rousseau and children's drawings --
Plans for the first exhibition of Negro art : Mexico and American Indians --
"Melanophilia or Melanomania" --
The "First" album of Negro sculpture --
Fetishes in fashion --
Folklore, the "Pure Idea," and Couleur de temps --
"The most passionate apostle" --
3. Apollinaire, Picabia, and Duchamp --
A poet between two painters : art, jokes, and inventions --
Duchamp's first linguistic experiments and the discovery of Roussel --
Picabia's "Painted poems" : Fontes Aquarum --
Picabia's "Rebellious art" --
"Motherless daughters of men" --
Picabia's homages to Apollinaire --
Apollinaire on Duchamp --
"The headlight-child" and Jura-paris --
Duchamp's readings at Ste.-Genevieve --
Hermetical medicine and magic --
"Medicine is an art like poetry" --
Art and madness --
The Douanier of philology --
Duchamp, mdeicine, and the "Games of madmen" --
A new language : "Absurd writing" --
"Les Profondeurs" --
"The Buddha of the bathroom" --
Apolinere Enameled --
4. Conclusion.
Series Title: Studies in the fine arts., Avant-garde ;, no. 45.
Responsibility: by Katia Samaltanos.

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