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Making the Americas modern : hemispheric art : 1910-1960 / Edward J. Sullivan.

Por: Sullivan, Edward J, 1949-.
Tipo de material: materialTypeLabelLibroSeries Global perspectives.Editor: [Londres] : Laurence King, 2018Descripción: 336 p. : il. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9781786271556.Tema(s): Xul Solar, Alejandro, 1887-1963 | Amaral, Tarsila do, 1886-1973 | Torres-García, Joaquín, 1874-1949 | Taller Torres-García | ARTE LATINOAMERICANO | ARTES VISUALES | ARTE MODERNO | ARTE POPULAR | SIMBOLISMO | AFROAMERICANO | ARTE ABSTRACTO | SURREALISMO | SITE SPECIFIC | GEOMETRÍA | ARTE POP | PAISAJES NATURALES | PAISAJES URBANOS | PAISAJES CULTURALES | TOPOGRAFÍA (ELABORACIÓN DE IMÁGENES) | DANZAS | MÚSICA | ARTE PÚBLICO | MURALES | EDUCACIÓN ARTÍSTICA | ARTE CONCEPTUAL | PINTURAS | ESCULTURAS | INSTALACIONES | FOTOGRAFÍAS | GRABADOS | HISTORIA DEL ARTE | AméricasClasificación CDD: 709.80904
Contenidos parciales:
Pte. 1.Prologue: Fragmentary histories of hemispheric art, 1910-1960: Exhibiting modern art, 1910-1960 ; Time frames ; Divisions of the story ; End of the story -- pte. 2.cap. 1.The expanding mind: symbolist imagery in the Americas: American decadence and redemption, c.1910-1930 ; North american visionaires ; Cannibals in the southern cone: Alejandro Xul Solar and Tarsila do Amaral ; cap. 2.A sense off place: Landscapes, cityscapes, and topographies of the self: The year 1916 ; Landscapes of the mind ; Southwest reveries ; Canadian wilderness ; Mexican volcanoes ; Cityscapes ; South of the U.S. Border ; cap. 3.Visualizing blackness in the Americas: Blackness in the modernst Imagination ; Blackness, dance, music, and ritual ; Black faces, black bodies ; Labor and struggle ; Black abstractions ; cap. 4.Cross-Border dialogues: Revolutionary art: between exaltation and despair ; Public arts on both sides of the border ; Muralism, teaching, and learning ; cap. 5.Labor, anxiety, and a new social order: Anxiety ; Lynchings ; Clouds of war ; Eye witness ; Labor and exile ; Exile and migrations ; cap. 6.The liberated line: toward abstracted form: Alternative histories ; Abstracted nature ; Surrealism into abstraction ; Site-specific abstraction ; cap. 7.The cube, sphere, and cone: constructed abstractions in the Americas: American responses to geometric form, c.1910-1920 ; Joaquín Torres-García, the Torres-García workshop, and arithmetical proportion ; Geometric Manhattan ; Río de La Plata: beyond Torres - Experimentation in the 1940s ; Brazil builds ; Havana - Paris - New York - Montreal ; cap. 8.Modern visionaries and the intuitive imagination: Trans-american surrealism ; The 1940s and 50s in Latin America: surrealist affinities ; From Mexico to Manhattan and beyond ; Dance, visual art, and visionary modernity ; Popular arts, the intuitive eye, and modernity -- pte. 3.Epilogue: Into the future: Pop art and revolution ; Art for all ; Environments and total participation ; Art and terror.
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Pte. 1.Prologue: Fragmentary histories of hemispheric art, 1910-1960: Exhibiting modern art, 1910-1960 ; Time frames ; Divisions of the story ; End of the story -- pte. 2.cap. 1.The expanding mind: symbolist imagery in the Americas: American decadence and redemption, c.1910-1930 ; North american visionaires ; Cannibals in the southern cone: Alejandro Xul Solar and Tarsila do Amaral ; cap. 2.A sense off place: Landscapes, cityscapes, and topographies of the self: The year 1916 ; Landscapes of the mind ; Southwest reveries ; Canadian wilderness ; Mexican volcanoes ; Cityscapes ; South of the U.S. Border ; cap. 3.Visualizing blackness in the Americas: Blackness in the modernst Imagination ; Blackness, dance, music, and ritual ; Black faces, black bodies ; Labor and struggle ; Black abstractions ; cap. 4.Cross-Border dialogues: Revolutionary art: between exaltation and despair ; Public arts on both sides of the border ; Muralism, teaching, and learning ; cap. 5.Labor, anxiety, and a new social order: Anxiety ; Lynchings ; Clouds of war ; Eye witness ; Labor and exile ; Exile and migrations ; cap. 6.The liberated line: toward abstracted form: Alternative histories ; Abstracted nature ; Surrealism into abstraction ; Site-specific abstraction ; cap. 7.The cube, sphere, and cone: constructed abstractions in the Americas: American responses to geometric form, c.1910-1920 ; Joaquín Torres-García, the Torres-García workshop, and arithmetical proportion ; Geometric Manhattan ; Río de La Plata: beyond Torres - Experimentation in the 1940s ; Brazil builds ; Havana - Paris - New York - Montreal ; cap. 8.Modern visionaries and the intuitive imagination: Trans-american surrealism ; The 1940s and 50s in Latin America: surrealist affinities ; From Mexico to Manhattan and beyond ; Dance, visual art, and visionary modernity ; Popular arts, the intuitive eye, and modernity -- pte. 3.Epilogue: Into the future: Pop art and revolution ; Art for all ; Environments and total participation ; Art and terror.

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