Joan Miró: 1908-1930

Jacques Dupin, Joan Miró, Ariane Lelong-Mainaud
Dap-distributed Art, 1999 - 248 pàgines
Alongside Picasso and Warhol, Joan Miro (1893-1983) is one of the twentieth century's most influential artists. Miro created a pictorial world of intense imaginative power, in which visionary and cosmic elements are inextricably intertwined with the earthly and mundane. The research for this six-volume catalogue raisonne of Miro's paintings, spanning the years 1908 to 1981, was begun in 1957. The artist himself and later the Miro Estate were largely involved in its preparation--Jacques Dupin, Ariane Lelong-Mainaud and Joan Punyet Miro. The catalogue includes all the artist's oils, acrylics and works in various media--on canvas, cardboard, wood, masonite, copper and other hard supports. In the six volumes--all published only in English--all paintings are reproduced in color, whenever possible, accompanied by their title, date, technique and dimensions, with indication of signature and inscriptions on the back, as well as their collection, provenance, important exhibitions and major publications in which they are reproduced.

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Born in 1927 in southern France (in the small town of Privas) and raised in northern France (in Saint-Quentin) as well, Jacques Dupin settled in Paris in 1944 and continues to live there. His first book, Cendrier du voyage (1950), was prefaced by Rene Char. By 1952, he had begun working for the magazine Cahiers d'Art. Soon the poet came into contact with numerous artists, including Constantin Brancusi, Pablo Picasso, Victor Brauner, Wilfredo Lam, Alexander Calder, Jean Helion, Georges Braque, Nicolas De Stael, Joan Miro, and Alberto Giacometti. From the 1950s to the present day, Dupin has been a major figure not only in French poetry but also in the contemporary art world, as a critic, expert (notably of Miro's painting), catalogue editor, exhibition organizer, and publisher (at the Editions de la Galerie Maeght). Along with Andre du Bouchet, Yves Bonnefoy, Michel Leiris, Gaetan Picon, Louis-Rene des Forets, and Paul Celan, Dupin founded and edited the important review L'Ephemere, beginning in 1966. His poetic oeuvre is one of the most profound and challenging in contemporary French literature. Besides recent volumes published by the Editions P.O.L., such as Ecart (2000) and especially Coudrier (2006), which is translated here, two comprehensive Gallimard paperback collections, Le Corps clairvoyant (1999) and Ballast (2009), gather much of his earlier work. He was awarded the French National Poetry Prize in 1988, and the Grand Prix de Poesie (attributed by the French Academy) in 2010.

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