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A Moment's Monument

- Medardo Rosso and the International Origins of Modern Sculpture

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Medardo Rosso (1858-1928) is one of the most original and influential figures in the history of modern art. This book offers an historically substantiated critical account of his life and work. It negotiates the competing cultural imperatives of nationalism and internationalism that s... Læs mere

Medardo Rosso (1858-1928) is one of the most original and influential figures in the history of modern art. This book offers an historically substanti... Læs mere

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11-07-2017
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Medardo Rosso (1858-1928) is one of the most original and influential figures in the history of modern art. This book offers an historically substantiated critical account of his life and work. It negotiates the competing cultural imperatives of nationalism and internationalism that shaped the European art world at the fin de siecle. 20 color photographs, 80 black and white illustrations
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Medardo Rosso (1858-1928) is one of the most original and influential figures in the history of modern art, and this book is the first historically substantiated critical account of his life and work. An innovative sculptor, photographer, and draftsman, Rosso was vital in paving the way for the transition from the academic forms of sculpture that persisted in the nineteenth century to the development of new and experimental forms in the twentieth. His antimonumental, antiheroic work reflected alienation in the modern experience yet also showed deep feeling for interactions between self and other. Rosso's art was also transnational: he refused allegiance to a single culture or artistic heritage and declared himself both a citizen of the world and a maker of art without national limits. In this book, Sharon Hecker develops a narrative that is an alternative to the dominant Franco-centered perspective on the origin of modern sculpture in which Rodin plays the role of lone heroic innovator.Offering an original way to comprehend Rosso, A Moment's Monument negotiates the competing cultural imperatives of nationalism and internationalism that shaped the European art world at the fin de siecle.

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