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Manet and the Object of Painting by Michel Foucault. In ointura encounter between one of the 20th century’s greatest minds and an artist fundamental to the development of modern art, French philosopher Foucsult Foucault explores Edouard Manet’s importance in the overthrow of traditional values in painting.
Originally delivered in Tunis in as part of a conference on Manet and here translated into English for the first time, th In this encounter between one of the dr century’s greatest minds and an artist fundamental to the development of modern art, French philosopher Michel Foucault explores Edouard Manet’s importance in the overthrow of traditional values in painting.
Originally delivered in Tunis in as part of a conference on Manet and here translated into English for the first time, this powerful critique takes the form of a commentary on 13 of Manet’s paintings. For the political-minded philosopher, the connection between visual art and power was clear: Foucault used Manet as a basis for a wider exploration of culture. With a new introduction by leading French mandt and Tate curator Nicolas Bourriaud and a note on the translation by Matthew Barr, this is a major contribution to the fields of both modern philosophy and art history.
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To ask other readers questions about Manet and the Object of Paintingplease sign manett. Be the first to ask a question about Manet and the Object of Painting. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Mar 25, Tosh rated it really liked it. Manet, to me, is sort of like wallpaper.
I noticed it for a second and fouucault moved on to the other room. But since reading this beautifully designed slim book by Michel Foucault, I now see him in a new light. Pitura is actually a lecture that Foucault did nanet Manet sometime in the early ‘s.
Manet and the Object of Painting
Compared to his other writings, this is very much a book you can read on a good bus ride from Downtown L. The thing I like about it is that Foucault is not an art reviewer or someone from that Manet, to me, is sort of like wallpaper. The thing I like about it is that Foucault is not an art reviewer or someone from that world.
He’s looking at the artwork from a totally different angle, which of course makes it an unique study on an artist’s work. Foucault focuses on maybe 10 paintings by Monet and comments on the space and lighting in the paintings. Reading the text I start noticing rather eccentric aspects of Monet’s work that I didn’t observed in the first place. Foucault’s observations are very focused, but done in a way where the reader or perhaps if you were in the audience at the time, start making your own connections to the work on hand.
For me this makes excellent art criticism. Jun 17, Roger Brunyate rated it really liked it Shelves: The Birth of the New I have to msnet that I am a philosophical illiterate, my eyes generally glazing over after a few paragraphs.
But I was once an Assistant Professor of Art History, so I leaped at this beautifully presented transcription of a lecture by Foucault on Manet, in the hope of sampling some of the great philosopher’s thought through the side door, as it were. The good news is that Foucault’s spoken style, d transcribed by the translator Matthew Barr with most of his repetitions i The Birth of the New I have to admit that I am a philosophical illiterate, my eyes mwnet glazing over after a few paragraphs.
The good news is that Foucault’s spoken style, as transcribed by the translator Matthew Barr with most of his repetitions intact, is much more approachable than what I have seen of his writing.
It doesn’t strike me as a major contribution to the study of either aesthetics or ideas, but it is a lecture I know I would have enjoyed in person.
Unfortunately, it is not always clear what he would have been pointing at when he makes a specific reference, and though the book is pleasant to hold in the hand its reproductions are not always up to the task. In The Balcony Paris, —9for instance, Foucault refers to the contrast between the black and white of the figures and the shocking green of the architectural surround, but the reproduction comes out as a uniform grey.
Manet is known among other things as a precursor of Impressionism.
Foucault’s interest, however, is in how Manet “made possible all the painting after Impressionism, all the painting from which contemporary art developed. Instead Manet emphasized the canvas as a flat, rectangular object, with which he plays games Foucault even calls them malicious games with the observer looking at it.
Through brief but cogent analysis of thirteen of Manet’s paintings, he emphasizes such things as the artist’s compression of depth, his structural repetition of the verticals and horizontals of the picture frame, his non-traditional use of lighting, and his interest—for example in the Gare Saint Lazare Washington, —3 —in having people look simultaneously out of the picture and into it at the same time.
At times I was frustrated by the limited scope of Foucault’s inquiry, as for example his blindness to the fact that even in Manet’s flattest pictures, such as The Execution of Maximilian Mannheim,the eye’s expectation of depth engages in dynamic struggle with the artist’s imposition of the plane. I was struck by his suggestion that the scandal caused by Manet’s Olympia in is partly due to the fact that, unlike its Renaissance predecessors, the source of the lighting comes from our viewpoint, and therefore that it is we who call that shameless nudity into being.
This is not a book to read as an introduction to either Manet or Foucault. But for those who want to take a pa look at the artist through the eyes mamet one of the great thinkers of pontura time—especially in this rare mode of functioning as an amateur without theories or jargon—this thin book offers a refreshing and thought-provoking sorbet.
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Jan 16, Armando Bravo salcido rated it liked it Shelves: Desde el Quattrocento uno de los movimientos fundamentales de toda pintura era pinturs de desaparecer la materialidad misma que sustentaba ipntura cuadro, hacer olvidar que al final todo estaba en una pared, un lienzo. No es en absoluto un trabajo esencial sino para aquellos profundamente interesados en Manet o aquellos que buscan embutirse todo el corpus foucaultiano.
Transcript of Foucault’s interesting illustrated lecture offering a concise introduction to Manet’s mannet innovations to which arguably all subsequent paintings owe a debt. Dec 22, Joja rated it really liked it. Finally one day we can get rid of representation itself and allow space to play with its pure and simple properties. He dejado de odiar a Manet.
Der Aufsatz in der Merve-Edition ist eigtl. Manets Bilder sind relativ “flach”. Aug 30, Shay rated it it was ok. While I agreed with a lot of his observations, I found the majority of them unoriginal. I feel that painters and art historians up to this pintuga had all ready explored and written about Manet’s flatness, the displacement of the viewer, and the recognition of painting as a 2D object rather than an illusory window. I came to the conclu While I agreed with a lot of his observations, I found the majority of them unoriginal.
I pingura to the conclusion at the end that this lecture was published more so because it was done by the famous Foucault, rather than having any original merit on furthering our understanding of Manet’s work.
Manet and the Object of Painting by Michel Foucault
Aug 03, Beth Younge se it really liked it Shelves: A short and in-depth look at three different styles that Manet uses. A brilliant book for first time Manet fans. This book was a speech that Foucault flucault as a seminar on Manet. This is a brillant book for a beginning of a study of art or for someone who knows a lot about it wants to have a quick read. I gave it 4 stars. Feb 24, P. Timothy rated it really liked it.
Some brilliant and cogent observations from a self-proclaimed “layman” on Manet, and art in general, but of course Foucault as layman will still be beneficial.
His particular focus on the viewpoint of the viewer pinturw the artist is interesting, and the mimicking of the materiality of the canvas that Manet accentuates through his use of verticals and horizontals. I love Foucault and Manet, and I was excited to find that this book existed when I came across it at the Barnes Collection bookstore, but this lecture was not interesting either in terms of art history or philosophy.
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Michel Foucault was a French philosopher, social theorist and historian of ideas. Foucault is best known for his critical studies of social institutions, most notably psychiatry, medicine, the human sciences and the prison sys Michel Foucault was a French philosopher, social pa and historian of ideas. Foucault is best known for pimtura critical studies of social institutions, most notably psychiatry, medicine, the human sciences and the prison system, as well as for his work on the history of human sexuality.
His writings on power, knowledge, and discourse have been widely influential in academic circles. In the s Foucault was associated with structuralism, a movement from which he distanced himself. Foucault also rejected the poststructuralist and postmodernist labels later attributed to him, preferring to classify his thought as a critical history of modernity rooted in Immanuel Kant.