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Picasso and the politics of visual representation. War and peace in the era of the Cold War and since.

Publisher: Liverpool : Liverpool University Press, 2013.
Series: Tate Gallery Liverpool critical forum, 13.
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This book focuses on the lesser known (and admired) 'political Picasso' of the period after 1944. In the decades after joining the French Communist Party in late 1944 at the end of World War Two, Picasso produced a body of work connected directly, if in complex and varied ways, to his left-wing political beliefs and continued affiliation to a Republican Spain destroyed by General Franco's fascist victory in the  Read more...
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Named Person: Pablo Picasso; Pablo Picasso
Document Type: Book
ISBN: 9781846318757 1846318750
OCLC Number: 822018107
Description: 224 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Contents: Acknowledgements Introduction Picasso as a sign of class struggle - Jonathan Harris 1. The Battle for Picasso's mind - Lynda Morris 2. Poetique / politique: Picasso, surrealism and politics after 1944 - Krzysztof Fijalkowski 3. Picasso and the politics of the line - Sean Cubitt 4. Classified files: Picasso, the regime and the avant-garde in Francoist Spain - Paula Barreiro Lopez 5. When Picasso was feared by the US government - David Craven 6. Loyalty and blood: Picasso's FBI file - Sarah Wilson 7. Picasso and the forgotten war - Josie Lopez 8. Picasso as screen - Jonathan Harris Contributors
Series Title: Tate Gallery Liverpool critical forum, 13.
Responsibility: Jonathan Harris ; Richard Koeck.

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Picasso and the Politics of Representation reveals another, lesser-known and controversy-ridden side, of the greatest artist of the twentieth century: a commitment after World War Two, in both his  Read more...

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