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Sinopsis: Product Description: In his series Le Louvre revisité (The Louvre Revisited), Christian Milovanoff plays on the tension between a detail of a painting, its frame, and the supporting wall. In this photograph of Delacroix's famous 1822 painting, the unadorned, rigid, massive, rectilinear frame vividly contrasts with the body convulsed in the foam of the infernal lake, organizing the picture in an abstract sequence of dark and light stripes. A flaneur in the museum, Milovanoff always scrupulously transcribed the text of the labels, and used it to title his pictures. In the same vein, he never added any lighting, therefore documenting the conditions established by the curators. By exchanging the original narrative for one of his own, however, he reminds us that, in museums, we see art under the light of the moment, our glance obeying our own whim.
Título: Le Louvre Revisite
Año de publicación: 1986
Condición del libro: New
Descripción Contrejour, Paris, 1986. First edition. Hardcover. 71 pages. Text in French with an essay by Jean-Francois Chevrier. An interesting collection of black and white photographs of elements and details in the Louvre and not the specific artworks. A very good copy in glossy illustrated boards that are lightly soiled. No dust jacket as issued. Nº de ref. del artículo: 150178
Descripción Contrejour, France, 1986. Couverture souple. Condición: Très bon. 71 pages. Nº de ref. del artículo: 007009