Renoir At The Theatre

Author: Auguste Renoir
Editor: Paul Holberton Pub
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Renoir's La Loge, depicting an elegant couple on display in a box at the theatre, epitomizes the Impressionists' interest in the spectacle of modern life. This book unites La Loge with Renoir's other treatments of the subject and with loge paintings by contemporaries, including Mary Cassatt and Edgar Degas. Ernst Vegelin van blaerbergen is head of the Courtauld Gallery and Barnaby Wright is acting curator of paintings at the Courtauld Gallery.

Theatre Exhibition And Curation

Author: Georgina Guy
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317564790
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Examining the artistic, intellectual, and social life of performance, this book interrogates Theatre and Performance Studies through the lens of display and modern visual art. Moving beyond the exhibition of immaterial art and its documents, as well as re-enactment in gallery contexts, Guy's book articulates an emerging field of arts practice distinct from but related to increasing curatorial provision for ‘live’ performance. Drawing on a recent proliferation of object-centric events of display that interconnect with theatre, the book approaches artworks in terms of their curation together and re-theorizes the exhibition as a dynamic context in which established traditions of display and performance interact. By examining the current traffic of ideas and aesthetics moving between theatricality and curatorial practice, the study reveals how the reception of a specific form is often mediated via the ontological expectations of another. It asks how contemporary visual arts and exhibition practices display performance and what it means to generalize the ‘theatrical’ as the optic or directive of a curatorial concept. Proposing a symbiotic relation between theatricality and display, Guy presents cases from international arts institutions which are both displayed and performed, including the Tate Modern and the Guggenheim, and assesses their significance to the enduring relation between theatre and the visual arts. The book progresses from the conventional alignment of theatricality and ephemerality within performance research and teases out a new temporality for performance with which contemporary exhibitions implicitly experiment, thereby identifying supplementary modes of performance which other discourses exclude. This important study joins the fields of Theatre and Performance Studies with exciting new directions in curation, aesthetics, sociology of the arts, visual arts, the creative industries, the digital humanities, cultural heritage, and reception and audience theories.

Plays International

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Women In Impressionism

Author: Susan Elizabeth Strauber
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This title presents a thorough analysis of how the concepts of 'woman' and 'femininity' unfold inside the broader spectrum of Impressionist painting by male as well as female artists.

Pierre Auguste Renoir

Author: Trewin Copplestone
Editor: Gramercy Books
ISBN: 9780517160671
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Features analysis of the French impressionist's work, accompanied by color reproductions of his paintings arranged chronologically.

The New Yorker

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The Burlington Magazine

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Theatre Arts

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Renoir

Author: Auguste Renoir
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ISBN: 9782893930404
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British Humanities Index

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Renoir In The 20th Century

Author: Auguste Renoir
Editor: Hatje Cantz Pub
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Offers critical essays about the artist's career during the last three decades of his life, when he switched from Impressionism to a more traditional art form, along with color reproductions from the artist and his colleagues.

Artmatters

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Educational Theatre Journal

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Cue

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The Classical Period Of Renoir

Author: M. Knoedler & Co
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Theatre Crafts

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Nottingham French Studies

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