Tag Archives: Picasso

NEW AVANT-GARDE CURRENTS – Alfred Stieglitz, photography as art

Gallery 291, a reference point for modern art His photographs were tools for exploring its expressive potential in relation to the other arts. In Europe he has the opportunity to get in touch with the debates that animated the photographic circles. Back in New York he creates the magazine American Amateur Photographer. From 1902 he opened his first galleries, hosting …

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THE FASCINATING WORLD OF A METICULOUS DREAMER – Jean Philippe Dallaire and the wealth of imaginary creations

Pictorial artifacts that humanize an artist Feeaturing 128 paintings and drawings, until April 2000 – and fifty years after presenting its first Jean Philippe Dallaire exhibition – the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts https://www.absolutearts.com/artsnews/2000/03/02/26296.html showed its second retrospective of that remarkably talented artist and about his contribution to Canadian art history. Set up chronologically according to Discoveries of youth, The …

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Everything was born in an April day in 1937. In the north of Spain, the village of Guernica had been destroyed by bombing. http://meetingbenches.com/2015/05/april-26-1937-guernica-spain-a-market-day/ A native of Andalusia, Pablo Picasso, was not remained indifferent to this event, and had given to rise a painting that shocked visitors in a world exposition. That artwork was painted for the Spanish pavilion at the Universal Exhibition in …

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