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For the political-minded philosopher, the connection between visual art and power was clear: Originally delivered in Tunis in as part of a conference on Manet and here translated into English for the first time, th In pinturq encounter between one of the 20th century’s greatest minds and an artist fundamental to the development of modern art, French philosopher Michel Foucault explores Edouard Manet’s importance in the overthrow of traditional values in painting.
In a late interview he definitively stated: This is not a book to read as an introduction to either Manet or Foucault. Be the first to ask a question about Manet and the Object of Painting.
Originally delivered in Tunis in as part of a conference on Manet and here translated into English for the first time, this powerful critique takes the form of a commentary on 13 of Manet’s paintings. Ece rated it really liked it May 30, Return to Book Page.
He’s looking at the artwork from a totally different angle, which of course makes it an unique study on an artist’s work. Michel Foucault was a French philosopher, social theorist and historian of ideas.
Compared to his other writings, this is very much a book you can read on a good bus ride from Downtown L. The Birth of the New I have to admit that I am a philosophical illiterate, my eyes generally glazing over after a few paragraphs.
Georgia rated it it was amazing May 28, The thing I like about it is that Foucault is not an art reviewer or someone from that Manet, to me, is sort of like wallpaper. Aug 30, Shay rated it it was ok.
No trivia or quizzes yet. It doesn’t strike me as a major contribution to the study of either aesthetics or ideas, but it is a lecture I know I would have enjoyed in person. I was struck by his suggestion that the scandal caused by Manet’s Olympia in is partly due to the fact that, unlike its Renaissance predecessors, the source of the lighting comes from our viewpoint, and therefore that it is we who call that shameless nudity into being.
Manet and the Object of Painting by Michel Foucault
Through brief but cogent analysis of thirteen of Manet’s paintings, he emphasizes such things as the artist’s compression of depth, his structural repetition of the verticals and horizontals of the picture frame, his non-traditional use of lighting, and his interest—for example in the Gare Saint Lazare Washington, —3 —in having people look simultaneously out of the picture and into it at the same time.
Thanks for telling us about the fokcault. The good news is that Foucault’s spoken style, as transcribed by the translator Matthew Barr with most of his repetitions i The Birth of the New I have to admit that I am a philosophical illiterate, my eyes generally glazing over after a few paragraphs. A brilliant book for first time Manet fans. Srimanta Mitra rated it really liked it Sep 23, Timothy rated it really liked it.
Manet and the Object of Painting
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Unfortunately, it is not always clear what he would have been pointing at when he makes a specific reference, and though the book is pleasant to hold in the hand its reproductions are not always up to the task.
Derek Brown rated it really liked it Jan 10, No es en absoluto un trabajo esencial sino para aquellos profundamente interesados en Manet o aquellos que buscan embutirse todo el corpus foucaultiano.
I gave it 4 stars. Published March 1st by Tate Publishing first published April 30th ce But I was once an Assistant Professor of Art History, so I leaped at this beautifully presented transcription of a lecture by Foucault on Manet, in the hope of sampling some of the great philosopher’s thought through the side door, as it were.
Mar 25, Tosh rated it really liked it. Emilie rated it liked it Feb 02, Manet, to me, is sort of like wallpaper. Was the Tate was just trying to cash in by publishing this one?