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by Elizabeth Garrity Ellis,Guy Davenport,Elizabeth Hutton Turner

Author: Elizabeth Garrity Ellis,Guy Davenport,Elizabeth Hutton Turner
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Counterpoint; First Edition edition (April 1, 1996)
Pages: 171 pages
Category: Photo and Art
Rating: 4.5
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to acknowledge art's inherent playfulness. Americans in Paris documents the work and influence of these four notables of the avant-garde, who.

Published in conjunction with an exhibition of the same name organized by The Phillips Collection in Washington, .

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Americans in Paris: Man .has been added to your Cart. Turner follows the development of four Americans who came to Paris during this time and returned to the US with renewed enthusiasm for their art. The book is overflowing with glossy pictures of the photography of Man Ray, who brought Dadism to a reluctant, then converted New York. Gerald Murphy who honed his minimalist, post cubist cityscapes here, and Stuart Davis, who produced some of his best tightly constructed, surrealist cubism-influenced paintings.

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Americans in Paris : Man Ray, Gerald Murphy, Stuart Davis, and Alexander Calder. by Elizabeth Garrity Ellis, Guy Davenport, Counterpoint.

This book was published to accompany the exhibition Americans in Paris .

This book was published to accompany the exhibition Americans in Paris: Man Ray, Gerald Murphy, Stuart Davis, Alexander Calder. This exhibition was organized by The Phillips Collection, Washington, . This exhibition book contains 171 pages, including a chronology, essays by art experts, an exhibition checklist, 142 illustrations, 39 in full color. Title: American In Paris Author: Elizabeth Hutton Turner Publisher: Counterpoint Place: Washington, .

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Guy Davenport was born in Anderson, South Carolina, in the foothills of Appalachia on November 23, 1927. Elizabeth Turner Hutton's Americans in Paris (1921–31): Man Ray, Gerald Murphy, Stuart Davis, and Alexander Calder. Riva Castleman's Art of the Forties. His father was an agent for the Railway Express Agency. Davenport said that he became a reader only at 10, with a neighbor’s gift of one of the Tarzan series. At age eleven, he began a neighborhood newspaper, drawing all the illustrations and writing all the stories. At 13, he "broke right leg (skating) and was laid up for a wearisome while"; it was then that he began "reading.

Published in conjunction with an exhibition of the same name organized by The Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C. Essays are organized around the theme of Paris, seen through the eyes first of the four young American artists, then the Parisian critics and journalists who commented on their efforts, and finally a contemporary American writer reflecting on the importance of Paris for the 20th-century imagination. The plates unfold a decade of work in an arrangement that shows how the art and aesthetics of the four artists embraced new aspects of time, space, and movement. 10.5x12.5" Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.