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An atlas of drawings : transforming chronologies

Auteur : Luis Pérez Oramas; Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)
Éditeur: New York : Museum of Modern Art : Distributed in the U.S. and Canada by D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers ; London : Distributed outside the U.S. and Canada by Thames & Hudson, [2006] ©2006
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"Made up fo six constellations of drawings taken from the immensely rich drawing collection of The Museum of Modern Art, the groupings found here, which include works produced from 1866 to the present, do not offer a historical overview of the development of drawing during these years. Instead, the guiding principle is the consistency and continuity of formal solutions regardless of the differences in styles,  Lire la suite...
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Genre/forme: Exhibition catalogs
Exhibitions
Expositions
Type de document: Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs: Luis Pérez Oramas; Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)
ISBN: 0870706675 9780870706677
Numéro OCLC: 70264790
Notes: Title from t.p. on first pamphlet.
Pamphlets [2]-[7] consist of fanfolded leaves in case.
"Published on the occasion of the exhibition "Transforming chronologies: an atlas of drawings" January 26-October 2 2006 at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, organized by Luis Pérez-Oramas, Adjunct Curator, Department of Drawings."--Title page verso.
Description: 1 portfolio (7 pamphlets) : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
Contenu: [1] An atlas of drawings --
[2] Tectonics --
[3] Faces --
[4] Digital --
[5] Figures --
[6] Constructions --
[7] Movement. [2]. Tectonics. 1. House among Trees, c. 1900 / Paul Cézanne --
2. Untitled, 1945 / Barnett Newman --
3. Untitled, n. d. / André Derain --
4. Summer Forms I, 1961 / Tony Urquhart --
5. Untitled, 1956 / Yves Tanguy --
6. 11.4.88, 1988 / Gerhard Richter --
7. Departure from Egypt (1984) / Anselm Kiefer --
8. Untitled, 1972 / Dorothea Rockburne --
9. Untitled, 1985 / Per Kirkeby --
10. Untitled, 1987 / Günther Förg --
11. Untitled, 1987 / Günther Förg --
12. Mountain Skyline Fourteen Days Walking Fourteen Nights Camping Wind River Range Wyoming, 1989 / Hamish Fulton --
13. Highway 20, 1969 / Dennis Oppenheim --
14. Study in Verticals (The Cathedral), 1912 / František Kupka --
15. Colored Rhythm: Study for the Film, 1913 / Léopold Survage --
16. Colored Rhythm: Study for the Film, 1913 / Léopold Survage --
17. Untitled, c. 1943 / Louise Bourgeois --
18. Unitiled, 1946 / Barnett Newman --
19. Study related to the sculpture Storage Capsule for the Right Rear Quarter of My Body, 1966 / Bruce Nauman --
20. Untitled, 1969 / Blinky Palermo --
21. Untitled, 1989 / Martin Kippenberger --
22. Awnings, Avenue Matignon, 1950 / Ellsworth Kelly --
23. Jill's Red Red and Gold of December 9, 1965 / Dan Flavin --
24. Blue and Black Vertical, 1971 / Ilya Bolotowsky --
25. Untitled, 1971 / Gene Davis --
26. Untitled (#9), 1974 / Richard Tuttle --
27. Study for Wax Floor, 1992 / Rachel Whiteread --
28. CRTN V, 2004 / Iran Do Espírito Santo --
[3]. Faces. 1. Untitled, 1936 / Tristan Tzara --
2. Things Better Left Unsaid II, 2002 / Jim Shaw --
3. Portrait of a Woman, 1866-68 / Hilaire-Germain-Edgar Degas --
4. Portrait of Mme Cézanne, 1877-88 / Paul Cézanne --
5. Self-Portrait, 1906 / Marie Laurencin --
6. Indian Dancer : From an Ethnographic Museum, 1930 / Hannah Höch --
7. Mario the Musician, 1920 / Amedeo Modigliani --
8. The Clown, 1907 / Georges Rouault --
9. Self-Portraits, 1902 / Lovis Corinth --
10. Euripides, 1921 / Giorgio De Chirico --
11. Head, 1913 / Pablo Picasso --
12. Igor Stravinsky / Alberto Giacometti --
13. A Flemish Intellectual, 1995 / Luc Tuymans --
14. Portrait of Wagner, 1940 / Joaquín Torres-García --
15. I Made Richard Wagner as a Woman, 1988 / Georg Baselitz --
16. Profile of Valentine Godé-Darel, 1914 / Ferdinand Hodler --
17. Fist in Mouth, 1990 / Bruce Nauman --
18. Caricature of Félix Fénéon, c. 1895-96 / Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec --
19. Untitled, 1946-48 / Henri Michaux --
20. Christus, 1969 / Arnulf Rainer --
21. Canto XVIII: Circle Eight, Malebolge, The Evil Ditches, The Fraudulent and Malicious: Bolgia 1, The Panderers and Seducers; Bolgia 2, The Flatterers from the series Thirty-four Illustrations for Dante's Inferno, 1959-60 / Robert Rauschenberg --
22. Written Portrait (Stoned Head), 1978 / Patti Smith --
23. Untitled, 1994 / David Moreno --
24. Untitled, 1963 / Sigmar Polke --
25. Physiognomy with Car, 1966 / Sigmar Polke --
26. L.H.O.O.Q. Shaved, 1965 / Marcel Duchamp --
27. Video Models, 1969 / Robert Filliou --
28. "M.B. M.B. M.B...", 1970 / Marcel Broodthaers --
[4]. Digital. 1. Thumbprint, 1960 / Piero Manzoni --
2. Thumbprint, 1964 / Roy Lichtenstein --
3. Three Fruits, 1927 / Paul Klee --
4. Color Rhythm No. 1921-1973 / Sonia Delaunay-Terk --
5. Elements of Life, 1962 / Dmitri M. Shashurin --
6. Untitled, 1969 / Alexander Calder --
7. Untitled (Three Spiral Jetty Drawings), c. 1970 / Robert Smithson --
8. Spirals, 1970 / Robert Smithson --
9. Untitled, 1989 / Louise Bourgeois --
10. Untitled (No. 4), 1981 / Giuseppe Penone --
11. No Title (Under my thumb...), 1991 / Raymond Pettibon --
12. Epidermis, 1960 / Jean Dubuffet --
13. #3, 1966 / Sewell Sillman --
14. Sotoba-Komachi, 1960 / Henry Pearson --
15. Untitled, 1979 / Jacob El Hanani --
16. Untitled (No. 1), 1981 / Giuseppe Penone --
17. Untitled, 1915 / Man Ray --
18. Mescaline Drawing, 1960 / Henri Michaux --
19. Body Echo 26, 1990 / Hugh O'Donnell --
20. Untitled, 1963 / Gego --
21. Scale Study for Cataract Series, 1967 / Bridget Riley --
22. Untitled, 1970 / Jan Groth --
23. Many, 1931 / Alexander Calder --
24. Music for Carillon, #4, Page 3, 1961 / John Cage --
25. Letters and Lines XVIII, c. 1964-65 / Mira Schendel --
26. Untitled ("For Ruth"), 1967 / Eva Hesse --
27. Deyber, 1968 / Carlos Silva --
28. Untitled, 1973 / Dan Flavin --
29. Untitled #4, 1973 / Howardena Pindell --
30. Untitled, 2000 / Ellen Gallagher --
[5]. Figures. 1. Study for Madeleine, c. 1901 / Henri Matisse --
2. Woman c. 1910 / Lovis Corinth --
3. Reclining Woman, c. 1917 / Gustav Klimt --
4. Nude with Back Turned, c. 1907 / Oskar Kokoschka --
5. Stripper with Battleship, preliminary study for Image of the Buddha Preaching by Frank O'Hara, 1967 / Claes Oldenburg --
6. The Doll, 1937 / Hans Bellmer --
7. Endless Nude, 1938 / Matta --
8. Untitled, 1967 / Willem De Kooning --
9. Circe, 1927 / George Grosz --
10. Alligator and Hippo, sketch for the film Fantasia, c. 1940 / Disney Studios --
11. Untitled, 1997-98 / Arturo Herrera --
12. Untitled, 1996 / Kara Walker --
13. Circus Trainer, 1915 / Georges Rouault --
14. Pissing to the Right X, 1961 / Jean Dubuffet --
15. Gluttony, 1949 / Paul Cadmus --
16. Seated Nude, c. 1916 / Elie Nadelman --
17. Two Women, 1921 / Fernand Léger --
18. Woman Washing Her Feet, 1944 / Pablo Picasso --
19. The Sneeze, 1975 / R. B. Kitaj --
20. Study for Conjugality, 1912 / Roger De La Fresnaye --
21. The Existence of a Cripple, No. 1, 1922-23 / Gottfried Brockmann --
22. Studies of a Nude, 1935 / Salvador Dalí --
23. Drawing-Collage, 1936 / Joan Miró --
24. Chocolate, 2000 / Paul McCarthy --
25. Swastika/Prayer Wheel, 1986 / Bruce Nauman --
26. Untitled, 2000 / Mark Manders --
27. Untitled, 2000 / Mark Manders --
28. I Am Your Man, 1992 / José Leonilson--
[6]. Constructions. 1. Study for a page of the book Of Two Squares: A Suprematist Tale in Six Constructions, 1920 / El Lissitzky --
2. Suprematist Element: Circle, 1923 / Kazimir Malevich --
3. Black Relationship, 1924 / Vasily Kandinsky --
4. Untitled (Twenty), 1921 / Lajos Kassak --
5. Suprematist Elements: Squares, 1923 / Kazimir Malevich --
6. Red and White, 1952 / Ellsworth Kelly --
7. Untitled, 1917 / Bart Van Der Leck --
8. Metaesquema, 1956 / Hélio Oiticica --
9. Counter-Relief, c. 1914-15 / Vladimir Tatlin --
10. Composition, 1918 / Aleksandr Rodchenko --
11. Untitled, c. 1916-17 / Lyubov Popova --
12. Suprematist Composition, 1921 / Ivan Kudriachev --
13. Houses of the Future Leningrad: Pilot's House, 1924 / Kazimir Malevich --
14. Suprematist Composition, c. 1924 / Il'ia Chashnik --
15. Untitled, 1922-24 / Nikolai Suetin --
16. Rayonist Composition: Number 9, 1913 / Mikhail Larionov --
17. Proposal for a Monument to the Third International, 1921 / Aleksandr Vesnin --
18. For a High Relief, 1923 / Antoine Pevsner --
19. Design for cover of Matisse: His Art and His public, 1951 / Henri Matisse --
20. Untitled (Ocean Park), 1977 / Richard Diebenkorn --
21. Instant House #2, Drawing, 1980 / Vito Acconci --
22. Standard Collage, 1989 / Edward Ruscha --
23. Stairs, Provincetown, 1920 / Charles Demuth --
24. Design for Tannhäuser, 1987 / Albert Oehlen and Rainald Goetz --
25. The Infinite Staircase, 1920 / Jean Grotti --
26. The Laurentian Library, 1972 / Mel Bochner --
27. Shadow-defining piece on stairs, 1967 / Fred Sandback --
28. Pink out of a Corner from No. 1 of December 19, 1963, 1965 / Dan Flavin --
29. Mountain Isometric, 1972 / Will Insley --
30. The Four Seasons, 1958 / Richard Lippold --
31. Construction Drawing, 1968 / Hanne Darboven --
32. Page from 5 x 5 = 25: Vystavka zhivopisi, 1921 / Aleksandr Rodchenko --
33. Vertical and Horizontal Lines, 1970 / Sol Lewitt --
34. Arctic Ocean Floor, Barometric Curves, 1972 / Nancy Graves --
35. Japan, 1972 / Waltercio Caldas --
36. Untitled, 1975 / Stanislav Kolibal --
37. Untitled, 1975 / Stanislav Kolibal --
38. "Untitled" (t-cell count), 1990 / Felix Gonzalez-Torres --
Movement. 1. The Flower Girl, 1906 / Pablo Picasso --
2. Spanish Dancer, c. 1913 / Gino Severini --
3. Costume for the Ballet "The Firebird", 1913 / Léon Bakst --
4. Muscular Dynamism, 1913 / Umberto Boccioni --
5. Figure in Movement, 1913 / Aleksandr Archipenko --
6. Homage to Gogol (design for curtain [not executed] for Gogol festival, Hermitage Theatre, St. Petersburg, 1919), 1917 / Marc Chagall --
7. Exquisite Corpse, 1935 / Esteban Francés, Remedios Varo, Oscar Domínguez, and Marcel Jean --
8. Souvenir of Isadora, 1910 / André Dunoyer de Segonzac --
9. Male Figure, n. d. / Georg Kolbe --
10. Study after Dance (I), c. 1909 / Henri Matisse --
11. Four Dancers, 1925 / Pablo Picasso --
12. Untitled, 1968 / Willem De Kooning --
13. Rape of Europa IV, 1941 / Jacques Lipchitz --
14. Promenade, 1915/1945 / Man Ray --
15. Aphrodite Study, 1992-93 / Brice Marden --
16. The Giant, c. 1890 / Odilon Redon --
17. Untitled (Two Students), 2001 / Kai Althoff --
18. Page from the sketchbook May Day, Moscow, 1928 / Diego Rivera --
19. Page from the sketchbook May Day, Moscow, 1928 / Diego Rivera --
20. Study for George Washington Crossing the Delaware, 1953 / Larry Rivers --
21. Untitled (After Poussin), 1964 / Bob Thompson --
22. Untitled, 1967 / A. R. Penick --
23. Untitled, 1967 / A. R. Penick --
24. Untitled, 1967 / A. R. Penick.
Responsabilité: [curated by] Luis Pérez-Oramas.

Résumé:

"Made up fo six constellations of drawings taken from the immensely rich drawing collection of The Museum of Modern Art, the groupings found here, which include works produced from 1866 to the present, do not offer a historical overview of the development of drawing during these years. Instead, the guiding principle is the consistency and continuity of formal solutions regardless of the differences in styles, movements, and individuals throughout this preiod."--Pamphlet [1], p. xiv.

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Awnings, Avenue Matignon, 1950 \/ Ellsworth Kelly -- 23. Jill\'s Red Red and Gold of December 9, 1965 \/ Dan Flavin -- 24. Blue and Black Vertical, 1971 \/ Ilya Bolotowsky -- 25. Untitled, 1971 \/ Gene Davis -- 26. Untitled (#9), 1974 \/ Richard Tuttle -- 27. Study for Wax Floor, 1992 \/ Rachel Whiteread -- 28. CRTN V, 2004 \/ Iran Do Esp\u00EDrito Santo --<\/span>\"@en<\/a> ;\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\nschema:description<\/a> \"[4]. Digital. 1. Thumbprint, 1960 \/ Piero Manzoni -- 2. Thumbprint, 1964 \/ Roy Lichtenstein -- 3. Three Fruits, 1927 \/ Paul Klee -- 4. Color Rhythm No. 1921-1973 \/ Sonia Delaunay-Terk -- 5. Elements of Life, 1962 \/ Dmitri M. Shashurin -- 6. Untitled, 1969 \/ Alexander Calder -- 7. Untitled (Three Spiral Jetty Drawings), c. 1970 \/ Robert Smithson -- 8. Spirals, 1970 \/ Robert Smithson -- 9. Untitled, 1989 \/ Louise Bourgeois -- 10. Untitled (No. 4), 1981 \/ Giuseppe Penone -- 11. No Title (Under my thumb...), 1991 \/ Raymond Pettibon -- 12. Epidermis, 1960 \/ Jean Dubuffet -- 13. #3, 1966 \/ Sewell Sillman -- 14. Sotoba-Komachi, 1960 \/ Henry Pearson -- 15. Untitled, 1979 \/ Jacob El Hanani -- 16. Untitled (No. 1), 1981 \/ Giuseppe Penone -- 17. Untitled, 1915 \/ Man Ray -- 18. Mescaline Drawing, 1960 \/ Henri Michaux -- 19. Body Echo 26, 1990 \/ Hugh O\'Donnell -- 20. Untitled, 1963 \/ Gego -- 21. Scale Study for Cataract Series, 1967 \/ Bridget Riley -- 22. Untitled, 1970 \/ Jan Groth -- 23. Many, 1931 \/ Alexander Calder -- 24. Music for Carillon, #4, Page 3, 1961 \/ John Cage -- 25. Letters and Lines XVIII, c. 1964-65 \/ Mira Schendel -- 26. Untitled (\"For Ruth\"), 1967 \/ Eva Hesse -- 27. Deyber, 1968 \/ Carlos Silva -- 28. Untitled, 1973 \/ Dan Flavin -- 29. Untitled #4, 1973 \/ Howardena Pindell -- 30. Untitled, 2000 \/ Ellen Gallagher --<\/span>\"@en<\/a> ;\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\nschema:description<\/a> \"[3]. Faces. 1. Untitled, 1936 \/ Tristan Tzara -- 2. Things Better Left Unsaid II, 2002 \/ Jim Shaw -- 3. Portrait of a Woman, 1866-68 \/ Hilaire-Germain-Edgar Degas -- 4. Portrait of Mme C\u00E9zanne, 1877-88 \/ Paul C\u00E9zanne -- 5. Self-Portrait, 1906 \/ Marie Laurencin -- 6. Indian Dancer : From an Ethnographic Museum, 1930 \/ Hannah H\u00F6ch -- 7. Mario the Musician, 1920 \/ Amedeo Modigliani -- 8. The Clown, 1907 \/ Georges Rouault -- 9. Self-Portraits, 1902 \/ Lovis Corinth -- 10. Euripides, 1921 \/ Giorgio De Chirico -- 11. Head, 1913 \/ Pablo Picasso -- 12. Igor Stravinsky \/ Alberto Giacometti -- 13. A Flemish Intellectual, 1995 \/ Luc Tuymans -- 14. Portrait of Wagner, 1940 \/ Joaqu\u00EDn Torres-Garc\u00EDa -- 15. I Made Richard Wagner as a Woman, 1988 \/ Georg Baselitz -- 16. Profile of Valentine God\u00E9-Darel, 1914 \/ Ferdinand Hodler -- 17. Fist in Mouth, 1990 \/ Bruce Nauman -- 18. Caricature of F\u00E9lix F\u00E9n\u00E9on, c. 1895-96 \/ Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec -- 19. Untitled, 1946-48 \/ Henri Michaux -- 20. Christus, 1969 \/ Arnulf Rainer -- 21. Canto XVIII: Circle Eight, Malebolge, The Evil Ditches, The Fraudulent and Malicious: Bolgia 1, The Panderers and Seducers; Bolgia 2, The Flatterers from the series Thirty-four Illustrations for Dante\'s Inferno, 1959-60 \/ Robert Rauschenberg -- 22. Written Portrait (Stoned Head), 1978 \/ Patti Smith -- 23. Untitled, 1994 \/ David Moreno -- 24. Untitled, 1963 \/ Sigmar Polke -- 25. Physiognomy with Car, 1966 \/ Sigmar Polke -- 26. L.H.O.O.Q. Shaved, 1965 \/ Marcel Duchamp -- 27. Video Models, 1969 \/ Robert Filliou -- 28. \"M.B. M.B. M.B...\", 1970 \/ Marcel Broodthaers --<\/span>\"@en<\/a> ;\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\nschema:description<\/a> \"[6]. Constructions. 1. Study for a page of the book Of Two Squares: A Suprematist Tale in Six Constructions, 1920 \/ El Lissitzky -- 2. Suprematist Element: Circle, 1923 \/ Kazimir Malevich -- 3. Black Relationship, 1924 \/ Vasily Kandinsky -- 4. Untitled (Twenty), 1921 \/ Lajos Kassak -- 5. Suprematist Elements: Squares, 1923 \/ Kazimir Malevich -- 6. Red and White, 1952 \/ Ellsworth Kelly -- 7. Untitled, 1917 \/ Bart Van Der Leck -- 8. Metaesquema, 1956 \/ H\u00E9lio Oiticica -- 9. Counter-Relief, c. 1914-15 \/ Vladimir Tatlin -- 10. Composition, 1918 \/ Aleksandr Rodchenko -- 11. Untitled, c. 1916-17 \/ Lyubov Popova -- 12. Suprematist Composition, 1921 \/ Ivan Kudriachev -- 13. Houses of the Future Leningrad: Pilot\'s House, 1924 \/ Kazimir Malevich -- 14. Suprematist Composition, c. 1924 \/ Il\'ia Chashnik -- 15. Untitled, 1922-24 \/ Nikolai Suetin -- 16. Rayonist Composition: Number 9, 1913 \/ Mikhail Larionov -- 17. Proposal for a Monument to the Third International, 1921 \/ Aleksandr Vesnin -- 18. For a High Relief, 1923 \/ Antoine Pevsner -- 19. Design for cover of Matisse: His Art and His public, 1951 \/ Henri Matisse -- 20. Untitled (Ocean Park), 1977 \/ Richard Diebenkorn -- 21. Instant House #2, Drawing, 1980 \/ Vito Acconci -- 22. Standard Collage, 1989 \/ Edward Ruscha -- 23. Stairs, Provincetown, 1920 \/ Charles Demuth -- 24. Design for Tannh\u00E4user, 1987 \/ Albert Oehlen and Rainald Goetz -- 25. The Infinite Staircase, 1920 \/ Jean Grotti -- 26. The Laurentian Library, 1972 \/ Mel Bochner -- 27. Shadow-defining piece on stairs, 1967 \/ Fred Sandback -- 28. Pink out of a Corner from No. 1 of December 19, 1963, 1965 \/ Dan Flavin -- 29. Mountain Isometric, 1972 \/ Will Insley -- 30. The Four Seasons, 1958 \/ Richard Lippold -- 31. Construction Drawing, 1968 \/ Hanne Darboven -- 32. Page from 5 x 5 = 25: Vystavka zhivopisi, 1921 \/ Aleksandr Rodchenko -- 33. Vertical and Horizontal Lines, 1970 \/ Sol Lewitt -- 34. Arctic Ocean Floor, Barometric Curves, 1972 \/ Nancy Graves -- 35. Japan, 1972 \/ Waltercio Caldas -- 36. Untitled, 1975 \/ Stanislav Kolibal -- 37. 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