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Author: Karen K. Butler,Yve-Alain Bois,Benjamin H. D. Buchloh,Curtis L. Carter
ISBN13: 978-0300096972
Title: Jean Fautrier, 1898-1964
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Language: English
Category: History and Criticism
Publisher: Harvard Art Museums/Yale University Press (October 20, 2002)
Pages: 220

Jean Fautrier, 1898-1964 by Karen K. Butler,Yve-Alain Bois,Benjamin H. D. Buchloh,Curtis L. Carter



FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Jean Fautrier, one of France's most important interwar and postwar artists, is perhaps best known for the Otages. Jean Fautrier, 1898-1964 Paperback – October 20, 2002. by. Curtis L. Carter (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Carter (Author), Karen K. Butler (Author), Yve-Alain Bois (Contributor), Benjamin H. D. Buchloh (Contributor) & 1 more.

Curtis L. Carter, Karen K. Butler. Yve-Alain Bois (Contributor). Buchloh (Contributor). The book also includes contemporary critical essays on Fautrier written by leading French literary figures, including André Malraux, Jean Paulhan, and Francis Ponge as well as a group of translated letters, many never before published, sent by Fautrier to Malraux and Paulhan

Marquette University. Jean Fautrier (1898-1964), one of France’s notable early twentieth-century artists, remains vir-. tually unknown in the United States. and is accompanied by a scholarly catalogue with essays by Curtis L. Butler, Yve-Alain Bois, Benjamin . Buchloh and Rachel E. Perry, and distributed by Yale University. Press, New Haven and London. 1. John Ashbery, A French Reply from Fautrier. New York Herald Tribune (Paris), April 14, 1964, 5. 2. For an in-depth article on Fautrier in America, see Curtis L. Carter, Fautrier’s Fortunes: A Paradox of Success and Failure in Jean.

Jean Fautrier: 1898–1964 will introduce new audiences to a major French modernist who has been largely overlooked in the United States. In paintings of nudes, animal carcasses, and landscapes, Faurtrier evoked a world of darkness and violence while pressing the boundaries of traditional academic art further and further into abstraction. The exhibition is curated by Karen K. Butler, a P. candidate in Columbia’s department of art history and archaeology, and Curtis L. Carter, the director of the Haggerty Museum of Art at Marquette University. Butler is writing her dissertation on Fautrier’s response to the German occupation of France. Bois, Buchloh, Butler, Carter and Perry will participate, as will Ames Hodes, P. candidate in Columbia’s French department; Anna-Louise Milne, independent scholar, and Eric Trudel, Bard College faculty member.

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Jean Fautrier: 1898-1964. Jean Fautrier: 1898-1964. Butler, Yve-Alain Bois (Contributor), Benjamin . Published October 11th 2003 by Harvard Art Museums (first published October 20th 2002). Physical Description.

Jean Fautrier, 1898-1964, Curtis L. Carter & Karen K. Jean Fautrier is one of France's most important interwar and postwar artists; this work discusses his significance to the history of avant-garde and modern art. Perpich Library. New Visual & Media Arts Titles. Jean Arp Μοντέρνα Τέχνη Τέχνη Μεικτών Μέσων Κορνίζες Αφηρημένος Εξπρεσιονισμός Αφηρημένη Ζωγραφική Πίνακες Ζωγραφικής Πράσινος. Oscar Murillo - CARLOS/ISHIKAWA, 2014, oil stick, oil paint, dirt on canvas and linen, 210 x 165 cms. Tomasz Mln.

Jean Fautrier 1898–1964. Further reading: Aftermath: France 1945-54, exhibition catalogue, Barbican Centre for the Arts, London 1982, p. 9-53 Jean Fautrier 1898-1964, exhibition catalogue, Musée d'art moderne de la ville de Paris 1989, reproduced . 64 Paris Post War: Art and Existentialism 1945-55, exhibition catalogue, Tate Gallery, London 1993, p. 9-103, reproduced . 4 in colour. Carter and Karen K. Butler, with essays by Yve-Alain Bois, Benjamin . Distributed by Yale University Press. Carter is director of the Haggerty Museum of Art and professor of aesthetics at Marquette University; Karen K. Butler is a scholar of postwar French art and co-curator of the exhibition.

Jean Fautrier (May 16, 1898 – July 21, 1964) was a French painter, illustrator, printmaker, and sculptor. He was one of the most important practitioners of Tachisme. Jean Fautrier was born in Paris in 1898. He was given his unwed mother's surname and raised by his grandmother until she and his father both died in 1908. He then moved to London to be with his mother.

Jean Fautrier, one of France's most important interwar and postwar artists, is perhaps best known for the Otages, his series of abstract paintings featuring partially obliterated or disfigured faces-victims of Nazi atrocities in France during World War II. This landmark book, the first English-language publication on Fautrier, discusses his significance to the history of avant-garde and modern art.

Essays examine Fautrier's early work of 1926-28 in relation to art informel; analyze the formal and social aspects of the Otages paintings; consider Fautrier's Originaux multiples of 1950, a radical series of original reproductions that questions modernist notions of the unique art object; and discuss the influence of American abstract expressionism on his late work. The book also includes contemporary critical essays on Fautrier written by leading French literary figures, including André Malraux, Jean Paulhan, and Francis Ponge as well as a group of translated letters, many never before published, sent by Fautrier to Malraux and Paulhan.

This important book accompanies an exhibition jointly organized by and on view at the Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University, from September 19 to December 29, 2002; the Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University, from January 28 to March 29, 2003; and the Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, from April 26 to July 20, 2003.