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Cubist Picasso : Musée National Picasso, Paris, September 19, 2007 - January 7, 2008

Author: Anne Baldassari; Réunion des musées nationaux (France); Musée Picasso (Paris, France); et al
Publisher: Paris : Réunion des Musées Nationaux and Flammarion ; [London : Thames & Hudson, distributor], 2007.
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""You can paint with whatever you like, with pipes, postage stamps, postcards or playing cards, candlesticks, pieces of oil-cloth, detachable collars, wallpaper, newspapers ..." This list drawn up by poet and critic Guillaume Apollinaire in his aesthetic meditations on cubist painters included almost every component of Pablo Picasso's great invention of cubism. Yet anarchy was absent from this period of the master's  Read more...
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Picasso cubiste. English.
Cubist Picasso.
Paris : Réunion des Musées Nationaux and Flammarion ; [London : Thames & Hudson, distributor], 2007
(OCoLC)743274367
Named Person: Pablo Picasso; Pablo Picasso; Pablo Picasso
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anne Baldassari; Réunion des musées nationaux (France); Musée Picasso (Paris, France); et al
ISBN: 9782080300485 2080300482 9782711854592 2711854590
OCLC Number: 238892174
Language Note: "Simultaneously published in French as Picasso cubiste"--T.p. verso; three essays originally in English.
Description: 367 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 28 cm.
Contents: "You have to see the work" / Anne Baldassari --
The stages of Picasso's discovery of Cubism: late 1905-early 1909 / Pierre Daix --
Periods: Cubism in its day / Jean-Claude Lebensztejn --
Théodore Aubanel's Les Filles d'Avignon and Picasso's "sum of destructions" / Irving Lavin --
Resisting Cézanne: Picasso's Three Women / Leo Steinberg --
Horta de Ebro, 1909: genetics of Cubism / Anne Baldassari --
Le Laboratoire Central: Cubist drawings in the Musée Picasso / Pepe Karmel --
Touring the Stockholm Collage / Leo Steinberg --
Chronology of Cubism: Anne Baldassari and Paule Mazouet, with Anaïs Bonnel, Jeanne-Yvette Sudour, and Nadège Raymond-Clergue.
Other Titles: Picasso cubiste.
Responsibility: [Anne Baldassari ... et al. ; translated from the French by Deke Dusinberre ... David Radzinowicz].

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""You can paint with whatever you like, with pipes, postage stamps, postcards or playing cards, candlesticks, pieces of oil-cloth, detachable collars, wallpaper, newspapers ..." This list drawn up by poet and critic Guillaume Apollinaire in his aesthetic meditations on cubist painters included almost every component of Pablo Picasso's great invention of cubism. Yet anarchy was absent from this period of the master's career despite its revolutionary impact, as demonstrated by the major retrospective conceived by the Musee National Picasso in Paris in a homage to Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, the venerable yet still potent masterpiece that celebrated its centennial in 2007." "Based on a selection of outstanding artworks, this exhibition catalogue presents an assessment of this period of radical painterly innovation and offers an international overview of recent research on the subject. The texts not only elucidate the main developmental and stylistic stages of a creative explosion that spanned the first two decades of the century (1906-24), they also shed light on the wealth and coherence of Picasso's oeuvre down through the years." "This seminal work combines quality reproductions with critical essays by the world's leading authorities on Picasso and cubism: Anne Baldassari, Pierre Daix, Pepe Karmel, Irving Lavin, Jean-Claude Lebensztejn, and Leo Steinberg."--BOOK JACKET.

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