Item Number: 103946
Title: Subject as Aporia in Early Modern Art
Author: Pericolo, Lorenzo (ed)
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Description: Aldershot: Ashgate, 2010. 24cm., hardcover, 257pp. illus. Contents: Preface; Unresolved images: an introduction to aporia as an analytical category in the interpretation of early modern art, Alexander Nagel and Lorenzo Pericolo; Structural indeterminacy in early16th-century Italian painting, Alexander Nagel; Body, mind and soul: on the so-called Platonic Youth at the Bargello, Florence, Jeanette Kohl; Whittling down the Istoria, Patricia A. Emison; Between artistry and documentation: a passage to India and the problem of representing new global encounters, Ashley West; Naturalism and the Venetian ''poesia'': grafting, metaphor, and embodiment in Giorgione, Titian, and the Campagnolas, Stephen J. Campbell; Bildraum as aporia, Christopher P. Heuer; Michelangelo, architecture and the stingray, Cammy Brothers; ''I will repair my work that was left …'': Velázquez and the unfinished story of Arachne, Aneta Georgievska-Shine; Nude in motion: Rembrandt''s Danae and the indeterminacy of the subject, Lorenzo Pericolo; Bibliography; Index.
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