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by Shirley Ann Jordan

Author: Shirley Ann Jordan
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (September 1, 1994)
Pages: 158 pages
Category: Photo and Art
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This study of Francis Ponge's essays on contemporary artists (L'Atelier contemporain) attempts to broaden the .

This study of Francis Ponge's essays on contemporary artists (L'Atelier contemporain) attempts to broaden the popular view of the author as a poet of objects. It explores Ponge's perception of art criticism as an inherently problematic genre and exposes the inhibitions surrounding the production of the essays. They are seen as instrumental in his movement towards open texts and a stress on the creative process itself, as well as opportunities to reaffirm his philosophical and aesthetic stance.

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Jordan, Shirley Ann, The Art Criticism of Francis Ponge,W. S. Maney (London), 1994. Meadows, Patrick Francis Ponge and the Nature of Things: From Ancient Atomism to a Modern Poetics,Bucknell University Press (Lewisburg, PA), 1997. Reference Guide to World Literature,St. James Press (Detroit), 1995. Sorrell, Martin, Ponge,Twayne (Boston), 1981.

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Texts by Ponge and du Bouchet considered here can be said to testify to his works, based on Ricœur's notions . French writing inspired by Giacometti's art is not straightforwardly critical or ekphrastic

Texts by Ponge and du Bouchet considered here can be said to testify to his works, based on Ricœur's notions of testimony. French writing inspired by Giacometti's art is not straightforwardly critical or ekphrastic. Texts by Ponge and du Bouchet considered here can be said to testify to his works, based on Ricœur's notions of testimony. They offer subjective testimonies to their relationships with Giacometti's pieces, and readers become witnesses to the visual experience and the texts. Du Bouchet writes performatively; his texts create spatial relationships.

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Series: MHRA Texts and Dissertations (Book 31.

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This study of Francis Ponge's essays on contemporary artists (L'Atelier contemporain) attempts to broaden the popular view of the author as a poet of objects. It explores Ponge's perception of art criticism as an inherently problematic genre and exposes the inhibitions surrounding the production of the essays. The study demonstrates how Ponge's essays on artists parallel developments in his other works. They are seen as instrumental in his movement towards open texts and a stress on the creative process itself, as well as opportunities to reaffirm his philosophical and aesthetic stance.