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Modernidades Portuguesas - Portuguese Modernities

Art moderne portugais - Publisher Maison Caillebotte, Yerres / In Fine éditions d’art - Cartonnée contrecollé - 208 pages - Text in Français, English, Portugues - Published in 2022

Embracing a vast period, from the 1910s to the 1960s, the history of Portuguese modernism, of which the poet Fernando Pessoa was the tutelary figure and its main founder, takes place between Portugal and Paris: the French capital, an international artistic center since the 19th century, attracts the Portuguese in search of modernity.

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Model 9782382030660
Artist Art moderne portugais
Author Sous la direction d’Anne Bonnin
Publisher Maison Caillebotte, Yerres / In Fine éditions d’art
Format Cartonnée contrecollé
Number of pages 208
Language Français, English, Portugues
Dimensions 290 x 240
Technique(s) Illustrations : 169
Published 2022
Museum Maison Caillebotte, Yerres

Exhibition Catalogue Portuguese Modernities, presented at Propriété Caillebotte, Ferme Ornée, Yerres (June 4 – October 30, 2022).

This little-known story is part of a much larger international context and highlights, from artists of different generations and styles, a modernism from all countries, from all continents.

Richly illustrated, with more than a hundred works by famous or little-known Portuguese artists in France, but all of whom have contributed to modern Lusitanian and international art, this book leads us to shift our gaze, to make it travel , and to think the history of art apart from its great figures.

Works by Sarah Affonso, José de Almada Negreiros, Mário Cesariny, António Dacosta, Robert Delaunay, Sonia Delaunay-Terk, Ofélia Marques, Santa Rita Pintor, Amadeo de Souza-Cardoso, Árpád Szenes, Eduardo Viana, Maria Helena Vieira da Silva.

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Abrangendo um vasto período, dos anos 1910 aos anos 1960, a história do modernismo português, do qual o poeta Fernando Pessoa foi figura tutelar e seu principal fundador, desenrola-se entre Portugal e Paris: a capital francesa, centro artístico internacional desde o século XIX. século, atrai os portugueses em busca da modernidade.

Esta história pouco conhecida faz parte de um contexto internacional muito maior e destaca, de artistas de diferentes gerações e estilos, um modernismo de todos os países, de todos os continentes.

Ricamente ilustrado, com mais de uma centena de obras de artistas portugueses famosos ou pouco conhecidos em França, mas que contribuíram para a arte moderna lusitana e internacional, este livro leva-nos a deslocar o olhar, a fazê-lo viajar, a pensar a história da arte além de suas grandes figuras.

Obras de Sarah Affonso, José de Almada Negreiros, Mário Cesariny, António Dacosta, Robert Delaunay, Sonia Delaunay-Terk, Ofélia Marques, Santa Rita Pintor, Amadeo de Souza-Cardoso, Árpád Szenes, Eduardo Viana, Maria Helena Vieira da Silva.

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