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Unfortunately, it is not always clear what laa would have been pointing at when he makes a specific reference, and though pnitura book is pleasant to hold in the hand its reproductions are not always up to the task. Foucault focuses on maybe 10 paintings by Monet and comments on the space and lighting in the paintings.
No es en absoluto un trabajo esencial sino para aquellos profundamente interesados en Manet o aquellos que buscan embutirse todo el corpus foucaultiano.
I came to the conclu While I agreed with a lot of his observations, I found the majority of them unoriginal.
Manet and the Object of Painting
Was the Tate was just trying to cash in by publishing this one? Manet, to me, is sort of like wallpaper.
This is a brillant book for a beginning of mxnet study of art or for someone who knows a lot about it wants to have a quick read. Max rated it it was ok May 21, Ilias Piperis rated it liked df Dec 09, Der Aufsatz in der Merve-Edition ist eigtl.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. 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. I noticed it for a second and then moved on pintkra the other room. Yury Akseenov rated it it was amazing Jan 23, This is actually a lecture that Foucault did on Manet sometime in the early ‘s.
Foucault is best known for his critical studies of social institutions, most notably psychiatry, medicine, the human sciences and the prison system, as well as for his work on the history of human sexuality.
He dejado de odiar a Manet. Jan 16, Armando Bravo salcido rated ointura liked it Shelves: With a new introduction by leading French critic and Tate curator Nicolas Bourriaud and a note on the translation by Matthew Barr, this is a major contribution to the fields of both modern philosophy and art history.
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.
The good news is that Foucault’s spoken style, as transcribed by the translator Matthew Barr with most of his repetitions intact, is much more approachable than what I have seen of his writing.
Foucault’s observations are very focused, but done in a way where the reader or perhaps if you were in the audience at the time, start making your own connections to the work on hand.
In The Balcony Paris, —9for instance, Foucault refers to manst contrast between the black and white of the figures and the shocking green of the architectural surround, but the reproduction comes out as a uniform grey. Manets Bilder sind relativ “flach”. This is not a book to read as an introduction to either Manet or Foucault.
Derek Brown rated it really liked it Jan 10, I came to the conclusion at the end that this lecture was published more so because it was done by the famous Foucault, rather than having any original merit on furthering our understanding of Manet’s work.
Timothy rated it really liked it. Michel Foucault was a French philosopher, social theorist and historian of ideas.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Instead Manet emphasized the canvas as a flat, rectangular object, with which he plays games Foucault even calls them malicious games with the observer looking at it. I gave it 4 stars. I feel that painters and art historians up to this point had all ready explored and written about Manet’s flatness, the displacement of the viewer, and the recognition of painting as a 2D object rather than an illusory window.
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Be the first to ask a question about Manet and the Object of Painting. Foucault’s interest, however, is in how Manet “made possible all the painting after Impressionism, all the painting from which contemporary art developed.
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Manet and the Object of Painting by Michel Foucault
Foucault’s project was particularly influenced by Nietzsche, his “genealogy of knowledge” being a direct allusion to Nietzsche’s “genealogy of morality”.
Foucault is best known for his critical studies of social institutions, most notably psychiatry, medicine, the human sciences and the prison sys Michel Foucault was a French philosopher, social dee and historian of ideas. James rated it liked it Aug 22, This book was a speech that Foucault did as a seminar on Manet. Niusha Derakhshan rated it liked it Aug 31, Dec 22, Joja rated it really liked it.
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