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More than one picture : an art history of the hyperimage / Felix Thürlemann ; translated by Elizabeth Tucker.

Author/Creator:
Thürlemann, Felix author.
Publication:
Los Angeles : The Getty Research Institute, [2019]
Format/Description:
Book
vii, 220 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
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Standardized Title:
Mehr als ein Bild. English
Subjects:
Visual communication in art.
Art -- Exhibition techniques.
Art -- Collectors and collecting.
Summary:
"In this volume, the author develops a theory of the hyperimage, arguing that constellations of images on walls or pages have played a major role in the history of art since the seventeenth century"--Provided by publisher.
Contents:
Introduction: Practices of the Hyperimage
Chapter 1. Collectors' Arrangements
Frans Francken the Younger, circa 1620: En Route to the Pendant Hanging
Vivant Denon, 1802: The Wall of Pictures as Didactic Showpiece
Johann Valentin Prehn, ca. 1820: The Collector's Nightmare
Chapter 2. Art Historians' Image Practice
Heinrich Wölfflin-1915: Exemplary Pairs
Aby Warburg, 1929: An Overview of the Whole
André Malraux, 1947: A Dialogue of Cultures
Chapter 3. Artists' Hyperimages
Pablo Picasso, 1912: The Painter Photographs the Sounds of a Cardboard Guitar
Pierre Bonnard, 1944/46: The Studio Wall as Aesthetic Repository
Wolfgang Tillmans, 2000: If One Thing Matters, Everything Matters.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Tucker, Elizabeth, 1977- translator.
ISBN:
9781606066256
1606066250
OCLC:
1083183779