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Paul Klee
Klee, Paul, 1879-1940--Exhibitions.
Klee, Paul, 1879-1940--Themes, motives--Exhibitions.
Nature in art--Exhibitions.
Genre Form
Exhibition catalogs.
Illustrative Content
DDC: 709.2 full
LCC: N6888.K55 A4 2012b (Source: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2012939001
"Paul Klee: Philosophical Vision, From Nature to Art is the first exhibition and catalogue to focus on the relationship between philosophy and Klee's prolific artistic oeuvre, and to reveal the broad impact the artist has hadon recent philosophical thought. The catalogue demonstrates how Klee's groundbreaking theories-of nature, words, and music as developed in his writings and lectures-are translated into form, line, and color in his works of art. Paul Klee: Philosophical Vision includes essays contributed by fifteen distinguished philosophers and art historians. It features color reproductions of each work in the exhibition as well as a new translation of Klee's famous lecture, ''On Modern Art.''" -- Publisher's description.
Table Of Contents
Director's Preface / Nancy Netzer
Introduction / John Sallis
On Modern Art / Paul Klee
Klee's Philosophical Vision / John Sallis
Paul Klee's Vision of an Originary Cosmological Painting / Alejandro Arturo Vallega
Paul Klee: Self-Portrait of the Artist as a Tree / Claudia Baracchi
Klee and Novalis: Apprentices at Saïs / David Farrell Krell
Paul Klee and the Writing of Life / Dennis J. Schmidt
"Abstract with Memories": Klee's "Auratic" Pictures / Charles W. Haxthausen
Framing Klee's Window / María del Rosario Acosta
Metamorphosis and Music: Klee and Merleau-Ponty / Galen A. Johnson
Pictorial Spaces: The Art of Paul Klee / Günter Figal
Paul Klee and Language / Claude Cernuschi
A Polyphonic Painting: Paul Klee and Rhythm / Eliane Escoubas
The Poetics of the Sketch / Marcia Sá Cavalcante Schuback
The Look from Beyond: On Paul Klee's View of Art/ Damir Barbarić
Paul Klee and the Unseen World: Ghosts, Somnambulists, and Witches / Jeffery Howe
The Sublime Continuum Klee's Cosmic Simultaneities / Stephen H. Watson
Authorized Access Point
Klee, Paul, 1879-1940. Paul Klee