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Giorgio de Chirico and the myth of Ariadne

Author: Michael R TaylorGiorgio De ChiricoGuigone RollandMatthew GaleMax ErnstAll authors
Publisher: Philadelphia, Pa. : Philadelphia Museum of Art, ©2002.
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"In eight essays the authors explore the importance of the Ariadne series in the context of the Paris art world before World War I and in later developments in de Chirico's career. An unpublished text by Max Ernst and an interview with Gerard Tempest, who was tutored by de Chirico in the late 1940s, shed new light on the artist and his working methods. Illustrated with some 180 paintings, drawings, sculptures, and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exhibitions
Expositions
Art Exhibitions
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Taylor, Michael, 1966-
Giorgio de Chirico and the myth of Ariadne.
Philadelphia, Pa. : Philadelphia Museum of Art, c2002
(OCoLC)606931081
Named Person: Giorgio De Chirico; Giorgio De Chirico; Giorgio De Chirico
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael R Taylor; Giorgio De Chirico; Guigone Rolland; Matthew Gale; Max Ernst; Gerard Francis Tempest; Philadelphia Museum of Art.; Estorick Collection.
ISBN: 0876331630 9780876331637 0876331649 9780876331644 185894189X 9781858941899
OCLC Number: 50253208
Description: 216 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 30 cm.
Contents: Between modernism and mythology: Giorgio de Chirico and the Ariadne series / Michael R. Taylor --
Rewinding Ariadne's thread: De Chirico and Greece, past and present / Matthew Gale --
Catalogue / Michael R. Taylor --
Premonitions --
The Ariadne series --
Ariadne on paper, 1912-17 --
Ariadne's return --
The Piazza d'Italia paintings --
Warhol and de Chirico --
Max Ernst on De Chirico --
A conversation with Gerard Tempest --
Chronology / Emily Hage --
Checklist of the exhibition / Guigone Rolland.
Responsibility: Michael R. Taylor ; with the assistance of Guigone Rolland ; including an essay by Matthew Gale ; a text by Max Ernst ; and a conversation with Gerard Tempest.
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Some 180 paintings, drawings, sculptures and documentary photographs, as well as essays considering the literary, artistic, historical and philosophical meanings of this series of paintings,  Read more...

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