Materiale informativo e bibliografico, Oggetto 60

Carla Lonzi[1951 ca.] - 14 ottobre 1980

La Galleria Nazionale

La Galleria Nazionale
Roma, Italy

Tra gli altri, documenti su Munch, sul Bauhaus (testo di Argan), su Vettor Pisani (Mimma Pisani) e la Body art (Vergine) e relativi alle attività della Galleria Notizie, il Pasquino, la Bertesca, la Tartaruga, Schwarz. Materiale informativo sull'optical art con ritaglio stampa (John A. Osmundsen, Optical art: Behind the seen, «New York Times», 14 febbraio 1965, p. 17) e traduzione manoscritta, fiches optical e documentazione relativa alla monografia Gerald Oster, The Science of Moiré Patterns, Edmund Scientific Company, Barrington 1964; schede sugli artisti della pop art americana; articolo su Guido Piovene; fotocopie di parte del libretto di Cesare Pascarella, La scoperta dell'America e altri sonetti, [1969].


  • Title: Materiale informativo e bibliografico, Oggetto 60
  • Creator: Lonzi Carla
  • Date Created: [1951 ca.] - 14 ottobre 1980
  • Transcript:
    in the history of modern decorative art in Norway. A study from the central motif, the rising sun over a coastal landscape, is exhibited here. In the same way, his canvases from these years render impres- sions from the summer and winter nature of his home land, where mighty male figures are working or standing naked on the sea shore («Bathing Man> 1918). The great, powerful style of the Aula paintings prevails here too. The years after 1920 show us Munch in a more retrospective mind, repeating and varying many of his old themes from the 90's. Sensations of dream and imagination awake again in his deep-toned nightly visions from Ekely with their rich, sonorous blue («Landscape with a Starry Sky» 1923–24). Some vigorously painted female nudes, four of them connected in the cycle «Morning, Day, Evening, Night» (1925), prove how masterfully he still is able to treat such themes. With increasing years his production becomes more scarce, but even from his latest years remarkable things may be found, not the least among them being his self- portraits. In their merciless, inquiring manner they express in a striking way his loneliness, defiance and scorn, but also noble resignation and dignity («Between the Clock and the Bed» 1940). Between the Clock and the Bed - Fra l'orologio e il letto SERVICE-TRYKK, OSLO, NORWAY
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  • Notes: La pubblicazione Gerald Oster, The Science of Moiré Patterns, Edmund Scientific Company, Barrington 1964 presente nella III Sezione: Biblioteca è stata rinvenuta insieme agli altri materiali di questo fascicolo.

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