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By Carlos Javier Taranilla

Con prólogo de JUAN ESLAVA GALÁN

"Al ultimate l. a. lectura deviene l. a. música de un río ancho y calmo que nos arrastra junto con los objetos que expresan los angeles cultura del mundo hacia un océano apacible de remansadas sensaciones y conocimientos.Un acierto pleno y una obra que, estoy seguro, va a ocupar un lugar importante en l. a. bibliografía del tema.

“Una obra madura y acabada, en dosis sabiamente combinadas del ensayo histórico, , de los angeles crítica de arte y del informa técnico, todo ello en un techo de impecable carpintería expositiva, urdido con los angeles maestría del que sabe y l. a. pedagogía del que sabe explicar”. (Juan Eslava Galán)

Desde las venus de l. a. fertilidad hasta el hiperrealismo y Le Corbusier. Conozca l. a. inspiradora creación plástica del ser humano a lo largo de los tiempos.

Breve historia del arte presenta las creaciones plásticas del ser humano desde una perspectiva asequible para el gran público. Con el rigor y l. a. importancia que cada tema merece, se tratan también todos los aspectos humanos y legendarios que han hecho posible los angeles obra artística. Se explican las obras de arte y el porqué de su elaboración desde el plano técnico, histórico, religioso, social o político. Todos los aspectos que han determinado los angeles creación humana.

El propósito de Carlos Javier Taranilla de los angeles Varga es que el lector se sienta atraído por este texto. Para ello, además de proporcionarle una información rigurosa y necesaria que le permita situarse en el momento histórico artístico que estemos desarrollando, destacamos los aspectos más significativos y enigmáticos de cada época. Sabemos que los angeles historia del arte se halla envuelta en un proceso paralelo al desarrollo de los angeles condición humana. Muchas veces, el arte no ha hecho más que reflejar los misterios insondables de cada tiempo.

Razones para comprar l. a. obra:

• l. a. obra tiene una redacción muy amena, intercalando el rigor histórico propio de esta colección con mitos, leyendas y supersticiones que facilitan l. a. lectura.
• Esta Breve Historia se aleja de l. a. visión eurocéntrica tradicional en este tipo de ensayos aportando una visión common, incluyendo como elemento diferencial el arte de Extremo Oriente y de Iberoamérica.
• l. a. obra tiene un punto de vista international, pues explica los angeles historia del arte a partir de las circunstancias históricas, morales e ideológicas que ha fraguado los angeles creación artística a lo largo del tiempo.
• El libro contiene una gran cantidad de fabric gráfico, imágenes, ilustraciones, cuadros resumen y finaliza con un glosario de términos artísticos y técnicas que permiten una mejor comprensión de los angeles obra.

Para comprender una obra de arte hay que conocerla a fondo. Este libro explica los motivos que impulsaron a cada artista y estilo a realizar el arte que ha llegado hasta nosotros.

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Until 1948 the threat of ‘unification’ under the banner of Socialist Realism was seen as a vague abstraction. Because of this, within the Czech cultural discourse there was far less strategic selfconsciousness concerning Surrealism. There was also much more directly presented theory and faith in worldview pronouncements. Nevertheless, the emerging political situation was discussed here as well, though from a somewhat different perspective. The contents of those discussions clearly demonstrate growing awareness of the danger.

However, this is not the only evidence that points to an interest in Surrealism within the milieu of the European School. Its influence is much more apparent in the general referencing of the suggestive and metaphoric function of the image and in preference for a more or less Surrealist Parisian art scene. The key figure within those sympathies was of course Pablo Picasso, whose significance for East European art of this period 8 cannot be easily overstated. However, echoes of other artists, Arshile Gorky, André Masson, Joan Miró, among others, can also be seen in works of painters such as Tamás Lossonczy (illus.

Cultural politics in the East, foreshadowed by the Hungarian debate about abstraction, were increasingly directed towards the goal of creating a party- 6. Dezso˝ Korniss, Cradle II, 1945. Kassák Múzeum, Budapest. 40 based culture of the Eastern ‘brave new world’, a culture based entirely on the Soviet models. Similarly, Western politics operated within their own geographic, cultural, and economic sphere. If the West evinced interest in the East, it did so only as an expression of a certain type of exoticism, or as an interest in the reflection of its own, Western culture.

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