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Sarane Alexandrian
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Sarane Alexandrian (15 June 1927, Baghdad – 11 September 2009, Ivry-sur-Seine) was a French philosopher, essayist, and art critic

Sarane Alexandrian (15 June 1927, Baghdad – 11 September 2009, Ivry-sur-Seine) was a French philosopher, essayist, and art critic. Alexandrian was born to a French mother and Armenian father, Vartan Alexandrian, a stomatologist under the service of Faisal I. At the age of six, he was sent to Paris to stay with his maternal grandmother

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Published by Ohara [email protected] (1972). ISBN 10: 0879556021 ISBN 13: 9780879556020. Seller Inventory mon0000097897. More information about this seller Contact this seller 2. Stock Image. Published by J. Philip O'Hara, Chicago (1972).

Flag as Inappropriate. Max Ernst, 1986; Histoire de la littérature érotique, 1989 (The History of Erotic Literature)

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Sarane Alexandrian (15 June 1927, Baghdad – 11 September 2009 .

Sarane Alexandrian (15 June 1927, Baghdad – 11 September 2009, Ivry-sur-Seine) was a French philosopher, essayist, and art critic.

Sarane Alexandrian was a French art historian and poet, author of more than 50 books, the majority of which . Alexandrian was born in Baghdad, Iraq in 1927

Sarane Alexandrian was a French art historian and poet, author of more than 50 books, the majority of which focused on the Surrealist movement. He was widely recognised as the right-hand man at the side of André Breton, the father of surrealism, for a brief period during the late 1940s. Alexandrian was born in Baghdad, Iraq in 1927. His father, Vartan Alexandrian, was of Armenian origin and served as stomatologist to King Faisal I, the pan-Arabist leader. At the age of six, and following a period of illness, he was sent to Paris to stay with his maternal grandmother, Sandrine Colin.

Sarane Alexandrian - est un essayiste, romancier, historien d’art, critique littéraire français, né le 15 juin 1927 à Bagdad et mort le 11 septembre 2009 à Ivry sur Seine.

Max Ernst, 1986; and Histoire de la littérature érotique, 1989 (The History of Erotic Literature). Sarane Alexandrian - est un essayiste, romancier, historien d’art, critique littéraire français, né le 15 juin 1927 à Bagdad et mort le 11 septembre 2009 à Ivry sur Seine. Supérieur Inconnu - est une revue littéraire française néo surréaliste, fondée en 1995 par l écrivain Sarane Alexandrian. Sommaire 1 Création de la revue 2 La première série (. 21 numéros) 3 La deuxième série (2005 2. Last updated February 20, 2019.

Max Ernst, 1986; Histoire de la littérature érotique, 1989 (The History of Erotic Literature)

Sarane Alexandrian (15 June 1927, Baghdad – 11 September 2009, Ivry-sur-Seine) was a French philosopher, essayist, and art critic.

Eine Ausstellung im Kestner-Museum Hannover vom 16 April bis 15 Juli 1972. Catalogo dell'esibizione delle opere grafiche dell'Artista. Testi di Werner Spies e Erhart Kastner. Numerose ill. in nero. Con una litografia originale dell'Artista a piena pagina . 4to pp. 200 c.ca Rilegato mezza tela, sovracoperta (half-cloth binding, dust jacket) Ottimo (Fine)
  • This is a must for any Ernst-ophiles. It's pricey, however this is a different kind of biography. His story is somewhat narrated through his letters and many small but sharp reproductions of his art. This is not for people just discovering him though, since there are many books that delve deeper into his history, his discoveries and the juicy gossip of his life (Max was quite the cad..). For people steeped in Ernst, it's a revelation - letters concerning the major points in his life, photos I've never seen before (I have lots of Erst books) that help tie up loose ends in his narrative - at least for me.

    If you're new to Ernst, here are a couple of cheaper books that may serve you better:
    1) Max Ernst - DaDa and the Dawn of Surrealism by William Camfield
    2) Max Ernst - A Retrospective by Werner Spies and the Tate Gallery

    Enjoy the journey! Max is a fascinating character as well as the greatest artist of his time.

  • Max Ernst Life and Times is a different kind of biography. After reading Calvin Tomkins'

    Duchamp and Off the Wall - a portrait of Robert Rauschenberg, I had come to believe the biography of artist were the same. Neil Baldwin's, Man Ray - American Artist further reinforced this notion. However, Werner Spies book is a path not often taken. I suspect that the background of the authors, journalistic versus artistic has much to do with this difference.

    Firstly, the book is beautiful in its glossy white high weight paper. The color plates are stunning (something lacking in Tomkins' books - again background differences). What I found disconcerting was who the text presented M.E. in an `at arms length' perspective.

    The text is mainly letters and notes, some M.E. autobiographical entries strangely done in the 3rd person. Tomkins amerces you in the artist life and you feel an identity with situations and people. Spies' transcribs letter after letter (for some reason all shown in the book) to and from M.E. End result is a fragmented picture (surreal?) and not wholly fulfilling.

    Now if Spies' format and Tomkins journalism got together....

    Would I purchase this book again? Yes, but for the format and brilliant graphics. I will have to look elsewhere to read about Max Ernst.

  • This book offers a very perceptive history of this artist, and of the surrealist movement to which he belonged. The text shows a clear understanding of the many factors surrounding this movement.

  • In his text, Ulrich Bischoff proposes that Max Ernst had earned the right to be known as the leading exponant of Surrealist art of the 1940's and 50's, but since Salvador Dali knew how to present himself in society to greater effect, he inherited the title. Whatever one thnks of Dali's skill as a publicist, his work is different to Ernst's in one sense - Ernst's most potent paintings were done before he came to the U.S. It's interesting to theorise that it was because Ernst was harassed by the Nazis when they invaded France where the German Ernst lived, that he created the decalcomonia technique which decorates what I think are his greatest works - Joy of Life, The Robing of the Bride, Marlene, Europe after the Rain, Day and Night, The Eye of Silence and The Temptation of St. Anthony. This technique of applying the paint to the canvas by pressing it against a flat surface, gives the result a mossy, furry or marshy appearance. This coupled with Ernst's penchance for grotesque mythological figures would have aligned him with Jewish and other non-naturalistic artists considered decadent and perverse by the Third Reich's aesthetic. What makes Bischoff's collection of Ernst's paintings interesting is the evolution of Ernst's style, which would lead him to the decalcomania. As early as 1919 in Family Excursion one sees Ernst's sombre air. I also like The Master's Bedroom, It is worth spending a night in of 1920, done in his Dada period, with the symbolism of the animals, as evidence of Ernst's interest in Freud; the grattage works Vision Induced by the Nocturnal Aspect of the Porte St Denis 1927 and The Horde 1927; and the alien-like Human Form 1931. Even his most celebrated (and personally I think overrated) work, the biblical The Entire City 1935/36 is a prelude to the later beauty, wit and eroticism. Ernst's post- decalcomanic work seems to present him as more restful, perhaps not the best state for an artist. The images are pretty but the soul is at peace. Of note is the 1942 Surrealism and Painting, where he used what Jackson Pollock would later call "dripping".

  • Much has been written about Ernst's alter-ego Loplop, however I don't remember a book specifically focused on the Loplop works of art. Some rarely seen drawings and paintings are shown, along with an in-depth appraisal of Loplop's place and importance in Ernst's work and mind-set.

    That said, Spies is not the most compelling writer and you'll find yourself re-reading whole paragraphs because nothing really sticks. A good effort and now hard to find, so snap up a copy if you can find it. It's by no means perfect, however it IS a crucial link in Ernst's work.