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The Resource Barcelona and modernity : Picasso, Gaudí, Miró, Dalí, William H. Robinson, Jordi Falgàs and Carmen Belen Lord ; foreword by Robert Hughes ; with contributions by Josefina Alix ... [et al.]

Barcelona and modernity : Picasso, Gaudí, Miró, Dalí, William H. Robinson, Jordi Falgàs and Carmen Belen Lord ; foreword by Robert Hughes ; with contributions by Josefina Alix ... [et al.]

Label
Barcelona and modernity : Picasso, Gaudí, Miró, Dalí
Title
Barcelona and modernity
Title remainder
Picasso, Gaudí, Miró, Dalí
Statement of responsibility
William H. Robinson, Jordi Falgàs and Carmen Belen Lord ; foreword by Robert Hughes ; with contributions by Josefina Alix ... [et al.]
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
During the years after the September Revolution of 1868, Barcelona experienced huge industrial growth and emerged as the most politically and culturally progressive city in Spain. This book examines this period, when Barcelona also reigned as one of the most dynamic centres of modernist art and architecture in Europe
Cataloging source
JCU
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1955-
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Robinson, William H.
Dewey number
709.467
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
N7109.C3
LC item number
R59 2006
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
  • catalogs
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1955-
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  • Falgàs, Jordi
  • Lord, Carmen Belen
  • Alix Trueba, Josefina
  • Cleveland Museum of Art
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
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  • Art, Catalan
  • Art, Catalan
  • Modernism (Art)
  • Avant-garde (Aesthetics)
Label
Barcelona and modernity : Picasso, Gaudí, Miró, Dalí, William H. Robinson, Jordi Falgàs and Carmen Belen Lord ; foreword by Robert Hughes ; with contributions by Josefina Alix ... [et al.]
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Catalog of an exhibition held at The Cleveland Museum of Art, Oct. 15, 2006 to Jan. 7, 2007 and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Mar. 7 to June 3, 2007
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • 1.
  • Rebirth : the Catalan Renaixença.
  • The
  • Renaixença in art
  • Francesc Fontbona
  • Greeting the dawn : the impact of the Renaixença in periodicals and architecture
  • Jordi Falgàs
  • 2.
  • Modernisme : painting, sculpture, graphic arts.
  • The
  • Lenders to the exhibition
  • new art : modernisme
  • Carmen Belen Lord
  • Casas and Rusiñol : the allure of Montmartre
  • Cristina Mendoza ;
  • The
  • second generation of modernista painters
  • Francesc Fontbona
  • Modernista illustrated magazines
  • Eliseu Trenc ;
  • The
  • Directors' preface
  • art of the poster
  • Francesc M. Quílez i Corella
  • Symbolist sculpture
  • Mercè Doñate --
  • Foreword
  • Robert Hughes
  • Introduction
  • William H. Robinson
  • and
  • Carmen Belen Lord
  • 4.
  • Modernisme : art and society.
  • Art and anarchism in the city of bombs
  • Robert S. Lubar
  • Bourgeois life and the representation of women
  • Carmen Belen Lord
  • Casa and the chronicle of social life
  • Carmen Belen Lord
  • Nonell and Mani : two artists against the current
  • Cristina Mendoza
  • 3.
  • and
  • Francesc M. Quílez i Corella
  • Picasso's blue period
  • Maria Teresa Ocaña --
  • Modernisme : the quatre gats.
  • Quatre gats and the origins of Picasso's career
  • Cristina Mendoza
  • Graphic art of the quatre gats
  • Francesc M. Quílez i Corella
  • Picasso's fellows at the tavern : beyond modernisme?
  • Jordi Falgàs
  • The
  • decorative arts of the modernista era : European art nouveau plus the local tradition
  • Pilar Vélez
  • Fabrics and fashion at the turn of the century
  • Sílvia Carbonell Basté
  • Homar and Busquets : modernista furniture makers and ensembliers
  • Mariàngels Fondevila
  • Gaudí : the art of architecture
  • Daniel Giralt-Miracle
  • Casa Milà, a legendary monument
  • 5.
  • Joan Bassegoda Nonell ;
  • The
  • extravagant Jujol
  • Mariàngels Fondevila ;
  • La
  • Sagrada família
  • Judith C. Rohrer --
  • Modernisme : architecture and design.
  • Architecture and design of the modernista era
  • Mireia Freixa
  • Puigi i Cadafalch, a versatile architect
  • Mireia Freixa
  • Domènech i Montaner and architectural synthesis
  • Mireia Freixa ;
  • Jordi Falgàs
  • Picasso in Gósol : savoring the secrets of the mysterious land
  • Jordi Falg̀as ;
  • The
  • forms of paradise : noucentista painting and sculpture
  • Narcís Comadira
  • Noucentisme and the revival of classicism
  • Alícia Suàrez
  • and
  • Mercè Vidal ;
  • 6.
  • The
  • Mediterranean roots of noucentista sculpture
  • Mercè Doñate
  • Noucentista graphic arts and journals
  • Francesc M. Quílez i Corella
  • Textiles and fashion in the 1910s
  • Sílvia Carbonell Basté
  • Noucentisme between architecture and the art of the object
  • Jordi Carreras
  • Noucentisme and the influence of French art deco
  • Noucentisme and the classical revival.
  • Jared Goss --
  • Catalan noucentisme, the Mediterranean, and tradition
  • Alíca Suàrez
  • and
  • Mercè Vidal ;
  • The
  • Almanach dels Noucentistes, a hybrid manifesto
  • Brad Epps
  • Art-evolució and vibracionismo : Torres-García, Barradas, and the exaltation of the city
  • Jed Morse
  • Art and anti-art : Miró, Dalí, and the Catalan avant-grade
  • Robert S. Lubar
  • Paranoiac surrealism
  • William Jeffett
  • Between amateur and avant-garde : the professional photographer in Barcelona during the 1930s
  • Jordana Mendelson
  • Against logic : the exposició logicofobista in Catalonia
  • 7. The
  • Jordana Mendelson
  • Miró and ADLAN
  • William Jeffett
  • Two sculptors forged in Barcelona : Gargallo and González
  • Mercè Doñate --
  • age of the avant-garde.
  • Avant-gardes for a new century
  • William H. Robinson
  • Gleizes and Picabia at Galeries Dalmau : too green for our teeth
  • Jordí Falgàs ;
  • The
  • avant-garde visual poetry of Junoy and Salvat-Papasseit
  • Joseph M. Rovira
  • Rational or organic : Barcelona furniture of the 1930s
  • Jared Goss
  • 9.
  • Avant-gardes and Civil War.
  • Barcelona in the maelstrom
  • William H. Robinson
  • Painting in the shadow of death : Dalí, Miró, and the Spanish Civil War
  • Robert S. Lubar
  • Miró's Aidez L'Espangne!
  • 8.
  • William H. Robinson
  • Artistic jewelry
  • Mariàngels Fondevila
  • Catalans! Catalonia! Catalan nationalism and Spanish Civil War propaganda posters
  • Miriam M. Basilio
  • From war to magic : the Spanish Pavilion, Paris 1937
  • Josefina Alix
  • Picasso's dream and lie of Franco
  • Carmen Belen Lord
  • Picasso : Guernica and his reaction to the Civil War
  • Avant-gardes : the rational city.
  • Magdalena Dabrowski
  • González : Montserrat and the symbolism of the Civil War
  • Magdalena Dabrowski ;
  • The
  • fall of the Republic
  • William H. Robinson
  • Biographies and checklist
  • Margaret Burgess
  • Revivalism to rationalism in architecture and planning
  • Joan Ramon Resina ;
  • The
  • Barcelona Pavilion
  • Dietrich Neumann
  • GATCPAC (1930-36) : Social architecture and the functional city for a new society
Control code
ocm74809709
Dimensions
32 cm.
Extent
xvii, 524 p.
Isbn
9780940717886
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2006931943
Other physical details
ill. (chiefly col.)
System control number
(OCoLC)74809709
Label
Barcelona and modernity : Picasso, Gaudí, Miró, Dalí, William H. Robinson, Jordi Falgàs and Carmen Belen Lord ; foreword by Robert Hughes ; with contributions by Josefina Alix ... [et al.]
Publication
Note
Catalog of an exhibition held at The Cleveland Museum of Art, Oct. 15, 2006 to Jan. 7, 2007 and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Mar. 7 to June 3, 2007
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • 1.
  • Rebirth : the Catalan Renaixença.
  • The
  • Renaixença in art
  • Francesc Fontbona
  • Greeting the dawn : the impact of the Renaixença in periodicals and architecture
  • Jordi Falgàs
  • 2.
  • Modernisme : painting, sculpture, graphic arts.
  • The
  • Lenders to the exhibition
  • new art : modernisme
  • Carmen Belen Lord
  • Casas and Rusiñol : the allure of Montmartre
  • Cristina Mendoza ;
  • The
  • second generation of modernista painters
  • Francesc Fontbona
  • Modernista illustrated magazines
  • Eliseu Trenc ;
  • The
  • Directors' preface
  • art of the poster
  • Francesc M. Quílez i Corella
  • Symbolist sculpture
  • Mercè Doñate --
  • Foreword
  • Robert Hughes
  • Introduction
  • William H. Robinson
  • and
  • Carmen Belen Lord
  • 4.
  • Modernisme : art and society.
  • Art and anarchism in the city of bombs
  • Robert S. Lubar
  • Bourgeois life and the representation of women
  • Carmen Belen Lord
  • Casa and the chronicle of social life
  • Carmen Belen Lord
  • Nonell and Mani : two artists against the current
  • Cristina Mendoza
  • 3.
  • and
  • Francesc M. Quílez i Corella
  • Picasso's blue period
  • Maria Teresa Ocaña --
  • Modernisme : the quatre gats.
  • Quatre gats and the origins of Picasso's career
  • Cristina Mendoza
  • Graphic art of the quatre gats
  • Francesc M. Quílez i Corella
  • Picasso's fellows at the tavern : beyond modernisme?
  • Jordi Falgàs
  • The
  • decorative arts of the modernista era : European art nouveau plus the local tradition
  • Pilar Vélez
  • Fabrics and fashion at the turn of the century
  • Sílvia Carbonell Basté
  • Homar and Busquets : modernista furniture makers and ensembliers
  • Mariàngels Fondevila
  • Gaudí : the art of architecture
  • Daniel Giralt-Miracle
  • Casa Milà, a legendary monument
  • 5.
  • Joan Bassegoda Nonell ;
  • The
  • extravagant Jujol
  • Mariàngels Fondevila ;
  • La
  • Sagrada família
  • Judith C. Rohrer --
  • Modernisme : architecture and design.
  • Architecture and design of the modernista era
  • Mireia Freixa
  • Puigi i Cadafalch, a versatile architect
  • Mireia Freixa
  • Domènech i Montaner and architectural synthesis
  • Mireia Freixa ;
  • Jordi Falgàs
  • Picasso in Gósol : savoring the secrets of the mysterious land
  • Jordi Falg̀as ;
  • The
  • forms of paradise : noucentista painting and sculpture
  • Narcís Comadira
  • Noucentisme and the revival of classicism
  • Alícia Suàrez
  • and
  • Mercè Vidal ;
  • 6.
  • The
  • Mediterranean roots of noucentista sculpture
  • Mercè Doñate
  • Noucentista graphic arts and journals
  • Francesc M. Quílez i Corella
  • Textiles and fashion in the 1910s
  • Sílvia Carbonell Basté
  • Noucentisme between architecture and the art of the object
  • Jordi Carreras
  • Noucentisme and the influence of French art deco
  • Noucentisme and the classical revival.
  • Jared Goss --
  • Catalan noucentisme, the Mediterranean, and tradition
  • Alíca Suàrez
  • and
  • Mercè Vidal ;
  • The
  • Almanach dels Noucentistes, a hybrid manifesto
  • Brad Epps
  • Art-evolució and vibracionismo : Torres-García, Barradas, and the exaltation of the city
  • Jed Morse
  • Art and anti-art : Miró, Dalí, and the Catalan avant-grade
  • Robert S. Lubar
  • Paranoiac surrealism
  • William Jeffett
  • Between amateur and avant-garde : the professional photographer in Barcelona during the 1930s
  • Jordana Mendelson
  • Against logic : the exposició logicofobista in Catalonia
  • 7. The
  • Jordana Mendelson
  • Miró and ADLAN
  • William Jeffett
  • Two sculptors forged in Barcelona : Gargallo and González
  • Mercè Doñate --
  • age of the avant-garde.
  • Avant-gardes for a new century
  • William H. Robinson
  • Gleizes and Picabia at Galeries Dalmau : too green for our teeth
  • Jordí Falgàs ;
  • The
  • avant-garde visual poetry of Junoy and Salvat-Papasseit
  • Joseph M. Rovira
  • Rational or organic : Barcelona furniture of the 1930s
  • Jared Goss
  • 9.
  • Avant-gardes and Civil War.
  • Barcelona in the maelstrom
  • William H. Robinson
  • Painting in the shadow of death : Dalí, Miró, and the Spanish Civil War
  • Robert S. Lubar
  • Miró's Aidez L'Espangne!
  • 8.
  • William H. Robinson
  • Artistic jewelry
  • Mariàngels Fondevila
  • Catalans! Catalonia! Catalan nationalism and Spanish Civil War propaganda posters
  • Miriam M. Basilio
  • From war to magic : the Spanish Pavilion, Paris 1937
  • Josefina Alix
  • Picasso's dream and lie of Franco
  • Carmen Belen Lord
  • Picasso : Guernica and his reaction to the Civil War
  • Avant-gardes : the rational city.
  • Magdalena Dabrowski
  • González : Montserrat and the symbolism of the Civil War
  • Magdalena Dabrowski ;
  • The
  • fall of the Republic
  • William H. Robinson
  • Biographies and checklist
  • Margaret Burgess
  • Revivalism to rationalism in architecture and planning
  • Joan Ramon Resina ;
  • The
  • Barcelona Pavilion
  • Dietrich Neumann
  • GATCPAC (1930-36) : Social architecture and the functional city for a new society
Control code
ocm74809709
Dimensions
32 cm.
Extent
xvii, 524 p.
Isbn
9780940717886
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2006931943
Other physical details
ill. (chiefly col.)
System control number
(OCoLC)74809709

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