Elsewhere: Paul Gauguin

Elsewhere: Paul Gauguin

從自然主義束縛中解放形體與色彩的限制


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During his legendary life, Paul Gauguin abandoned everything to pursue a call that would reinvent western painting and cement his reputation as a modern master. Obeying this call with an aesthetic ahead of his time, Gauguin painted vivid and lively colors which radiate an inexhaustible poetic of quiet melancholy.
Composed of more than fifty works borrowed from over ten museums, foundations and private collections in Europe, the United States and Japan, Elsewhere is the first solo exhibition of Paul Gauguin's works organized in Taiwan, and includes oil paintings, prints, works on paper, bronzes and wood sculptures.
By presenting the various turning points in Gauguin's style over the course of his theatrical life, the exhibition showcases Gauguin’s role in revitalizing western culture with the Primitivist trends he inspired, as well as how his prominent position in western art history was based in Eclecticism. Many believe that Gauguin's legacy for the twentieth-century was his liberation of form and color from the constraints of the past, and this exhibition emphasizes his influence in breaking the shackles of naturalism for the following generation.
For this reason, twenty-five works by sixteen artists from Brittany's Pont-Aven School and Les Nabis group are also presented. From the work of his disciples, we can better understand Gauguin's undeniable influence on the later generation of Fauvist and Abstract Expressionist artists.

source: Taipei Fine Arts Museum

ISBN:978-986-02-5496-9
Publication Date:2010-11
Publisher:Taipei Fine Arts Museum
Language:Traditional Chinese
Cover:Paperback
Pages:365
Size:27 x 24.5 x 1.83 cm
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