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Alongside his writings on the cloud, architecture, the Italian Renaissance, and cinema that established him as one of the most important art historians and philosophers working in France since the 1960s, Hubert Damisch (1928–) edited the four volumes of the writings of artist Jean Dubuffet...
This article examines philosopher Hubert Damisch's extensive scholarship on Jean Dubuffet, including his editorial travails and annotations of the four volumes of the artist's complete writings, Prospectus et tous écrits suivants. Further, it is argued that Dubuffet's art and writings influenced...
In 1948, Jean Dubuffet wrote a thirty-one-page pamphlet entitled Peinturez hardi (Paint boldly!) for his unrealized Almanach de l'art brut . Divided into twelve monthly installments, this “treatise on the techniques of painting” reads like a how-to manual, presenting concise, straightforward...
Georges Bataille's first text, “Notre-Dame de Rheims,” is in many ways not quite part of his oeuvre. Virtually unknown until after the author's death, its religiosity is generally considered an aberration in the context of his other writings. Yet traces of this text and the sentiment that...
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