2017年11月13日 星期一

Cubism /A Cubism Reader/ Leonard A. Lauder Research Center畢卡索與立體主義

Exhibition Tour—Cubism: The Leonard A. Lauder Collection

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

“Cubism: The Leonard A. Lauder Collection” opens today! This is the first time the 81 works by Georges Braque, Juan Gris, Fernand Léger, and Pablo Picasso have been shown to the public.http://met.org/1xZ2H4L

View all the works in the collection on the new Leonard A. Lauder Research Center for Modern Art microsite: http://met.org/1FcxCzi

Juan Gris (Spanish, 1887–1927) | Pears and Grapes on a Table | Céret, autumn 1913

Cubism /A Cubism Reader/ 畢卡索與立體主義

Mark Antliff and Patricia Leighten

A Cubism Reader

Documents and Criticism, 1906-1914

608 pages, 54 halftones 6 x 9 © 2008

Cloth $70.00

ISBN: 9780226021096 Published July 2008

Paper $25.00

ISBN: 9780226021102 Published July 2008
With radical formal innovations that scandalized the European art world, cubism revolutionized modern art and opened the path toward pure abstraction. Documenting the first heady years of this profoundly influential movement, A Cubism Reader presents the most comprehensive collection of cubist primary sources ever compiled for English-language publication.
This definitive anthology covers the historical genesis of cubism from 1906 to 1914, with documents that range from manifestos and poetry to exhibition prefaces and reviews to articles that address the cultural, political, and philosophical issues related to the movement. Most of the texts Mark Antliff and Patricia Leighten have selected are from French sources, but their inclusion of carefully culled German, English, Czech, Italian, and Spanish documents speaks to the international reach of cubist art and ideas. Equally wide-ranging are the writers represented—a group that includes Guillaume Apollinaire, Gertrude Stein, Jean Metzinger, Albert Gleizes, Fernand Léger, Francis Picabia, André Salmon, Raymond Duchamp-Villon, Henri Le Fauconnier, and many others.
These diverse selections—unabridged and freshly translated—represent a departure from the traditional view of cubism as shaped almost exclusively by Picasso and Braque. Augmented by Antliff and Leighten’s insightful commentary on each entry, as well as many of the articles’ original illustrations, A Cubism Reader ultimately broadens the established history of the movement by examining its monumental contributions from a variety of contemporary perspectives.

*****by Edward E. Fry

立體派Cubism, 傅雷著,陳品秀譯,遠流出版,1991。

Cubism (World of Art 叢書)

Edward E. Fry (Author)

譯者是哲學系畢業的 不過碰到 idealism 還是翻譯錯誤

1 理想主義;理想化されたもの, 理想の姿.
2 《芸術》理想主義.
3 《哲学》観念論;唯心論(⇒MATERIALISM);理想主義.

同樣的 義大利哲學家 克羅齊 Croce 也翻譯錯誤 (p.5)

譬如說 cloud of theories and interpretations....
是很多的理論和詮釋 不是 理論雲冉冉昇起

Edward F. Fry, 56, A Historian Devoted to 20th-Century Art

Published: April 21, 1992
Edward F. Fry, an art historian, a curator and a critic who specialized in 20th-century art, died on Friday at his home in Gladwyne, Pa. He was 56 years old.
He died of a heart attack, said his wife, Sandra Ericson Fry.
Mr. Fry, who was born on May 6, 1935, in Philadelphia, earned his bachelor's degree from Princeton University in 1953 and his master's from Harvard in 1961. He was best known as an expert on Cubism, publishing a book on that art movement in 1966 that was admired by scholars for its meticulous research and often fresh material. He wrote and lectured on the subject throughout his career.
But he was also involved with other phases of the art of this century. As an associate curator at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in Manhattan from 1967 to 1971, he organized two surveys of international contemporary art as well as retrospectives of David Smith and Jean Arp.
While at the Guggenheim, he also worked on an exhibition of the German-born Conceptualist Hans Haacke, which became the center of an art-world controversy. It was canceled in April 1971, a month before it was to open, because the museum's director and trustees objected to the political content of the art. After Mr. Fry publicly expressed his anger at the cancellation, he was dismissed.

picasso l'aventure du cubisme.

(AUTRECHES, ., France)

義大利 原文 Mensili d'Arte  by Alberto Martini

 每月藝術    阿爾貝托·馬天尼
日文翻譯  畢卡索與立體主義     東京:平凡社1974

Picasso 1912年給美國人另外一份立體派藝術家名單(大體相同)。

  紀堯姆 阿波利奈爾

Jean Metzinger, 1911, Etude pour le portrait de Guillaume Apollinaire, graphite on paper, 48 × 31.2 cm, Musée National d'Art ModerneCentre Georges Pompidou, Paris

Apollinaire wrote the preface for the first Cubist exposition outside of Paris; VIII Salon des Indépendants, Brussels, 1911.[8] In an open-handed preface to the catalogue of the Brussels Indépendants show, Apollinaire stated that these 'new painters' accepted the name of Cubists which has been given to them. He described Cubism as a new manifestation and high art [manifestation nouvelle et très élevée de l'art], not a system that constrains talent [non point un système contraignant les talents], and the differences which characterize not only the talents but even the styles of these artists are an obvious proof of this.[9][10] The artists involved with this new movement, according to Apollinaire, included Pablo PicassoGeorges BraqueJean MetzingerAlbert GleizesRobert DelaunayFernand Léger, and Henri Le Fauconnier.[11] By 1912 others had joined the Cubists: Jacques VillonMarcel DuchampRaymond Duchamp-VillonFrancis PicabiaJuan Gris, and Roger de La Fresnaye, among them.[9][12][13][14]