Andre Derain


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Noun1.Andre Derain - French painter and exponent of fauvism (1880-1954)
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The curators have clearly made an effort to situate Goncharova in the cross-pollinated Eurasian millieu that produced her, and the exhibition also features works by Picasso and Andre Derain that were part of turn-of-the-century Russian collections, and were influential on her artistic development.
This backward-looking gaze takes in the likes of Fuseli or Hans von Marees, inevitably seeking the atypical, whether in the work of Kurt Schwitters, Paul Cezanne, Andre Derain or anonymous ancient Greek sculptors.
La premiere section intitulee "Naissance du paysage moderne (1900-1914)" met en lumiere des chefs-d'oeuvre de Georges Braque, Andre Derain et Albert Marquet, alors que les "Exotismes (1900-1930)" s'invitent dans la section suivante qui evoque les voyages de differents artistes, notamment ceux du peintre russe Vassily Kandinsky, qui a sejourne en Tunisie, ou d'Henri Matisse en Algerie.
He sought inspiration in non-European cultures as a source of primitive exoticism, as did Paul Gauguin, Pablo Picasso, Andre Derain and others.
Norton & Company, 2016) explore subjects as diverse as Piero della Francesca and Karole Armitage, with ruminations on Andre Derain, Jack Goldstein, and Amy Sillman in between; all evidence Salle's fundamental commitment to close looking and his talent for describing how an artwork's constituent forms add up to a convincing statement.
Caligari, young art-school graduate Francis Wyndham is rebuffed from the exclusive Parisian art scene by the likes of Picasso, Duchamp, and Braque before painter Andre Derain recommends him for an art-therapy gig at a sanitarium in the neutral state of Weizenstaat.
Three great modernists, Andre Derain (1880-1954), Balthus (1908-2001), and Alberto Giacometti (1901-1966), and their strong friendships with one another make up the backbone of this exhibition at Paris's Musee d'Art moderne.
The festival boasts a prestigious history of artists as stage designers, beginmng in the 1950s with sets created by Antoni Clave, Balthus, Andre Derain and Andre Masson, and, more recently, Miquel Barcelo.
Salle, a painter and writer, provides his previously published essays from magazines and other publications to explore how contemporary art works from the perspective of artists, through those like Jeff Koons, John Baldessari, Roy Lichtenstein, Amy Sillman, Christopher Wool, Sigmar Polke, Robert Gober, Albert Oehlen, Dana Schutz, Wade Guyton, Rosemarie Trockel, Vito Acconci, Karole Armitage, Marsden Hartley, Philip Guston, Clyfford Still, Urs Fischer, Jack Goldstein, Mike Kelley, Frank Stella, Thomas Houseago, Frederic Tuten, Andre Derain, and Alex Katz.