Tarsila Do Amaral

Author: Stephanie D'Alessandro
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300228619
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An exploration of the innovative, quintessentially Brazilian painter who merged modernism with the brilliant energy and culture of her homeland Tarsila do Amaral (1886-1973) was a central figure at the genesis of modern art in her native Brazil, and her influence reverberates throughout 20th- and 21st-century art. Although relatively little-known outside Latin America, her work deserves to be understood and admired by a wide contemporary audience. This publication establishes her rich background in European modernism, which included associations in Paris with artists Fernand L�ger and Constantin Brancusi, dealer Ambroise Vollard, and poet Blaise Cendrars. Tarsila (as she is known affectionately in Brazil) synthesized avant-garde aesthetics with Brazilian subjects, creating stylized, exaggerated figures and landscapes inspired by her native country that were powerful emblems of the Brazilian modernist project known as Antropofag�a. Featuring a selection of Tarsila's major paintings, this important volume conveys her vital role in the emerging modern-art scene of Brazil, the community of artists and writers (including poets Oswald de Andrade and M�rio de Andrade) with whom she explored and developed a Brazilian modernism, and how she was subsequently embraced as a national cultural icon. At the same time, an analysis of Tarsila's legacy questions traditional perceptions of the 20th-century art world and asserts the significant role that Tarsila and others in Latin America had in shaping the global trajectory of modernism.

Tarsila Do Amaral

Author: Aracy Amaral
Publisher: Fundacion Juan March
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This exhibition is the first solo presentation and one of the most important to be held in Europe on the work of the Brazilian artist Tarsila do Amaral (Capivari, Sao Paolo,1886-1973), a key figure in Brazilian painting and responsible for the introduction of the European avant-garde into that country. The exhibition has been devised and organised by the Fundacin Juan March and is co-produced with the Fundacin Caixa Galicia.The exhibition focuses on the work of the artists dazzling middle period in the 1920s, when she lived between Sao Paolo and Paris, with a symbolic conclusion in Moscow (where she travelled in 1931). It emphasises her connections with the avant-garde in Paris, her training with painters such as Andr Lhote and Fernand Leger, and her friendship with some of the French avant-garde poets, in particular Blaise Cendrars.

Tarsila Do Amaral

Author: Stephanie D'Alessandro
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ISBN: 9780865592896
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"An exploration of the innovative, quintessentially Brazilian painter who merged modernism with the brilliant energy and culture of her homeland Tarsila do Amaral (1886-1973) was a central figure at the genesis of modern art in her native Brazil, and her influence reverberates throughout 20th- and 21s-century art. Although relatively little-known outside Latin America, her work deserves to be understood and admired by a wide contemporary audience. This publication establishes her rich background in European modernism, which included associations in Paris with artists Fernand Laeger and Constantin Brancusi, dealer Ambroise Vollard, and poet Blaise Cendrars. Tarsila (as she is known affectionately in Brazil) synthesized avant-garde aesthetics with Brazilian subjects, creating stylized, exaggerated figures and landscapes inspired by her native country that were powerful emblems of the Brazilian modernist project known as Antropofagaia. Featuring a selection of Tarsila's major paintings, this volume conveys her vital role in the emerging modern-art scene of Brazil, the community of artists and writers (including poets Oswald de Andrade and Maario de Andrade) with whom she explored and developed a Brazilian modernism, and how she was subsequently embraced as a national cultural icon. At the same time, an analysis of Tarsila's legacy questions traditional perceptions of the 20th-century art world and asserts the significant role that Tarsila and others in Latin America had in shaping the global trajectory of modernism"--

Tarsila Por Tarsila

Author: Tarsila do Amaral
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ISBN: 9788589219273
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Todos os baús, caixas e gavetas foram abertos, mexidos e remexidos. Durante cinco anos, mais de 15 entrevistas com familiares e amigos próximos foram realizadas, cursos de História da Arte, arquivos de jornais e revistas pesquisados. Agora, Tarsila do Amaral, sobrinha-neta da modernista, lança 'Tarsila por Tarsila', livro que retrata de forma simples o dia-a-dia da pintora, ora humanizando o mito - expondo seu olhar caipira sobre Paris, por exemplo -, ora mostrando pelos detalhes o que fez dela o maior nome da pintura brasileira de todos os tempos. 'Tarsila por Tarsila' é um quebra-cabeças de épocas e histórias - pessoais e públicas - que pela primeira vez mostra fatos e passagens da vida de Tarsila do Amaral (1886 - 1973) vividas com intensidade pela artista, que na época foram divididas apenas com os mais próximos.

Tarsila Do Amaral

Author: Tarsila
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Os cadernos têm acompanhado os artistas por toda a história. Eles podem reunir aspectos pouco conhecidos de sua produção. Esses cadernos devem guardar momentos de cumplicidade únicos, quase nunca divulgados, geralmente acessíveis somente aos olhos do próprio artista. Seu uso recorrente, como bloco de anotações, carnês de viagem ou diários de artistas, guarda o pensamento construtivo que norteia o processo de construção das imagens. A coleção 'Cadernos de Desenho' pretende revelar o que está oculto, guardado na intimidade do caderno de bolso, do ateliê, da expressão primeira do artista em contato com o mundo que o cerca.

Correspond Ncia M Rio De Andrade Tarsila Do Amaral

Author: Mário de Andrade
Publisher: EdUSP
ISBN: 9788531405426
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Reúne a correspondência trocada entre o escritor Mário de Andrade e a artista plástica Tarsila do Amaral, entre 1922 e 1940.

Tarsila Do Amaral

Author: Nádia Battella Gotlib
Publisher: Editora Senac Sao Paulo
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Uma obra fundamental para quem quer compreender o fenômeno Tarsila e também conhecer os bastidores do movimento que marcou um dos momentos mais brilhantes da nossa arte e, em especial, a antropofagia. A biografia investe com mais força na vida cotidiana de Tarsila, revelando muito do que há por trás de seu processo criativo e sua relação com a arte. A obra traz todas as fases da artista com reproduções de dezenas de suas obras, documentos e fotos, compondo um belo e sensível apanhado dessa trajetória inigualável entre nossos artistas.

Tarsila

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Tarsila Do Amaral

Author: Heloiza de Aquino Azevedo
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ISBN: 9788589783026
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O livro 'Tarsila do Amaral, a primeira dama da arte brasileira' apresenta a vida e a obra de uma das maiores pintoras brasileiras. Numa viagem interativa e surpreendente, você conhecerá como a artista se formou, como criou suas obras e tornou-se conhecida internacionalmente, enfrentando as dificuldades e preconceitos de uma elite conservadora. O livro traz ainda os seguintes assuntos - arte brasileira; fatos históricos; cultura negra; cultura indígena; formação e identidade étnica; miscigenação; imigrantes; e música brasileira.