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A HISTORY OF ITALIAN ART IN THE 20TH CENTURY

Bogen giver et fremragende indblik i italiensk kunst i det 20. årh. De udvalgte værker der for mange vil være ukendt land, men absolut et studie værd, viser italiensk kunst i fuld flor.

This impressive volume includes 100 works of art selected from the Italian National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome and private collections. This work presents a comprehensive perspective on the development of Italian art during the period beginning in the early 1900s to the end of the century. The beginning of the 20th century brought with it a desire for freedom and for breaking away from the traditional schools of thought. In Italy this manifested itself in all artistic fields, and particularly in painting through the works of the first great names of the Italian avant-garde which included Modigliani, Boccioni and Balla. The 1920s continued with a flow of artistic genius with works by de Chirico and Sironi, only to be halted by the growing Fascist regime, which imposed moderation yet also unbridled an undeniable artistic reaction. In the fifties Peggy Guggenheim arrived in Venice with her entourage of expressionist artists, with de Kooning, and Pollock’s action art, adding a new zest to the Italian artistic community. This is the era of Fontana, Capogrossi, Colla and Burri, who disturbed the public with their “scandalous” and revolutionary work. The subsequent chapters offer an overview of the post-60s movements leading up to the 80s where the Italian art world sought to discover a new meaning for the term “modern” bringing to light the now famous Francesco Clemente and Sandro Chia. The fall of the Berlin wall marked the beginning of a new era where the artists are influenced by and work with new mediums offered by modern technology. These include video, computers and sophisticated means of communication creating a very individualistic and constantly shifting artistic development.

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Emne Nutidskunst/Italiensk kunst, 19. og 20. årh.
Kunstner
Forfatter edited: Sandra Pinto
Sprog Engelsk
Illustrationer 135 ill, heraf 102 i farver
Format / Sideantal 28 x 24 cm / 172
Udgivelsesår 2002
Indbinding Indb.
Forlag Skira
Antikvarisk
Antal
Køb
ISBN 8884912598
Lev. 3 dage

Bogen giver et fremragende indblik i italiensk kunst i det 20. årh. De udvalgte værker der for mange vil være ukendt land, men absolut et studie værd, viser italiensk kunst i fuld flor.

This impressive volume includes 100 works of art selected from the Italian National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome and private collections. This work presents a comprehensive perspective on the development of Italian art during the period beginning in the early 1900s to the end of the century. The beginning of the 20th century brought with it a desire for freedom and for breaking away from the traditional schools of thought. In Italy this manifested itself in all artistic fields, and particularly in painting through the works of the first great names of the Italian avant-garde which included Modigliani, Boccioni and Balla. The 1920s continued with a flow of artistic genius with works by de Chirico and Sironi, only to be halted by the growing Fascist regime, which imposed moderation yet also unbridled an undeniable artistic reaction. In the fifties Peggy Guggenheim arrived in Venice with her entourage of expressionist artists, with de Kooning, and Pollock’s action art, adding a new zest to the Italian artistic community. This is the era of Fontana, Capogrossi, Colla and Burri, who disturbed the public with their “scandalous” and revolutionary work. The subsequent chapters offer an overview of the post-60s movements leading up to the 80s where the Italian art world sought to discover a new meaning for the term “modern” bringing to light the now famous Francesco Clemente and Sandro Chia. The fall of the Berlin wall marked the beginning of a new era where the artists are influenced by and work with new mediums offered by modern technology. These include video, computers and sophisticated means of communication creating a very individualistic and constantly shifting artistic development.