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BE-BOMB: THE TRANSATLANTIC WAR OF IMAGES AND ALL THAT JAZZ

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Today, the study of French and American post-war art history poses a major challenge. According to the exhibition curator Serge Guilbaut, images, symbols, culture and art played a crucial role in the Hollywood-like megaproduction that was the Cold War, becoming the favourite weapons of both sides as soon as it became apparent that it would be unthinkable to use the atomic bomb again. This publication contains articles by a number of specialists, as well as texts that illustrate the differences between the aesthetics that developed on the two sides of the Atlantic.

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EncuadernaciónRústica
ISBN978-84-89771-47-5
EAN9788489771475
Páginas176
EditorialMACBA
Año2007
IdiomaInglés
DiseñoFactordos

Sinopsis

Today, the study of French and American post-war art history poses a major challenge. According to the exhibition curator Serge Guilbaut, images, symbols, culture and art played a crucial role in the Hollywood-like megaproduction that was the Cold War, becoming the favourite weapons of both sides as soon as it became apparent that it would be unthinkable to use the atomic bomb again. This publication contains articles by a number of specialists, as well as texts that illustrate the differences between the aesthetics that developed on the two sides of the Atlantic.

Catalogue MACBA / MNCARS Authors: Kenneth Lawrence Beaudoin, Manuel J.Borja-Villel, Claude Bourdet, George Bresson, Doris Brian, Manuel Sánchez Camargo, Jean Cassou, Juan Eduardo Cirlot, Thomas Craven, Thomas Crow, Guy-Ernest Debord, Léon Degand, Julián Díaz Sánchez, Jean Dubuffet, Charles Estienne, Clement Greenberg, Serge Guilbaut, Ricardo Gullón, René d’Harnoncourt, Alain Jouffroy, Aline B.Louchheim, Marcel Mariën, Mary McCarthy, Barnett Newman, Jean Paulhan, Francis Ponge, Michel Ragon, Joaquín Ruiz-Giménez, Meyer Schapiro, Arthur M.Schlesinger Jr., Harrison Smith, Eloise A.Spaeth, Tyler Stovall, Elaine Tyler May, Irwin M.Wall, Susan Weiner, Gil J Wolman

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