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|Statement||[translated from the French by Teri Wehn].|
|Contributions||Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)|
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Jean Dubuffet’s most popular book is Asphyxiating Culture And Other Writings. Jean Dubuffet was born on J in Le Havre, France. He was a son of wealthy wine merchants George S. Dubuffet and Jeanne (Paillettle) Dubuffet. Education At the age of fifteen, Jean attended art classes.
Inhe entered the Académie Julian in Paris to study painting. At the Académie, Jean befriended Juan Gris, André Masson and. 72 rows Jean Dubuffet: del paisaje físico al paisaje mental: 6 de marzo de. Jean Dubuffet, “Anticultural Positions” (lecture, The Arts Club of Chicago, ), reprinted in J.
Dubuffet (New York: World House Gallery, ), Jean Dubuffet, “Empreintes,” in Theories of Modern Art: A Source Book by Artists and Critics, ed. Herschel B. Chipp (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, ), Beginning with Dubuffet's first mature works, which depict daily life and reflect elements of popular culture in Paris, the book spans his whimsical paintings, imaginary landscapes, comical cows, and portrait caricatures of well-known French writers, literary critics, and artists, including artist Jean Fautrier, diarist and theater critic Paul 5/5(4).
Jean Dubuffet. - Katalog zur Ausstellung Kunsthalle Schirn Frankfurt, /,in Verbindung mit der Fondation Dubuffet. Übersetzung: Ebba Drolshagen. by M Messer, Thomas: and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at As an enemy of culture and of the art of museums, Jean Dubuffet () was also an anarchist, an atheist, anti-military and unpatriotic.
He was an explosive force, a rebel who rejected labels and categories, resolute in his quest for freedom from all constraints, and not incidentally one of the most remarkable artists of the twentieth century/5.