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Eleven paintings by Dorothy Tanning

Dorothea Tanning

Eleven paintings by Dorothy Tanning

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Published by Kent Fine Art in NewYork .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Published in an edition of 2000 copies for the exhibition held at Kent Fine Art, New York, 18 May-18 June 1988.

Statementintroduction by Pontus Hulten, with mesostics by John Cage.
ContributionsCage, John., Kent Fine Art.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13912939M

"It's hard to be always the same person," reads the epigraph for A Table of Content, Dorothea Tanning’s first book of poems, published in After half a century of acclaimed drawing, painting, sculpture, collage, and set and costume design—with pieces in major museum collections, including the Tate Gallery, London; the Centre Pompidou and the Musée de la Ville de Paris, both in Paris.


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Gimpel and Weitzenhoffer Nationality: American. Dorothea Tanning died just over three years ago, January, She was born in Galesburg, (northwestern) Illinois, on Aug Speaking of birthdates, probably her most famous painting was titled Birthday (top), a self-portrait painted in to com-memorate her thirty-second birthday.

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She worked as an author, sculptor, and painter, as well as a set designer and costumer for theatre and ballet.

Tanning's second book of poetry was released by Graywolf Press in She. Dorothea Tanning (b.Galesburg, Illinois; d.New York) explored the disciplines of painting, sculpture, printmaking, collage, design, soft sculpture, installation and writing throughout her career.

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In the s, she began to reveal new overriding Nationality: American. Max Ernst shared his life with rather independent Surrealist artists Leonora Carrington from untiland then with Dorothea Tanning in Arizona’s Sedona desert from until With Carrington, he produced books, while sculptures and paintings produced in Saint-Martin-d’Ardeche were influenced by Tanning.

Ernst shared a common. Dorothea Tanning: On Paper Text By Donald Kuspit () Dorothea Tanning: Eleven Paintings Text By Pontius Hulten () Dorothea Tanning: Insomnias Text By Charles Stuckey () Dorothea Tanning And Friends Curated With Tanning () The Times, The Chronicle & The Observer Curated By Douglas Blau ().

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Her early work was influenced by Surrealism. She was married to fellow Surrealist Max Ernst. Tanning’s constantly evolving her ideas are testament to her remarkable imagination. Having spanned a century and two continents, this prolific and progressive artist died in her Manhattan apartment in at the age of ‘Dorothea Tanning; is at Tate Modern, London, from 27 February until 9 June.

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Unknown but Knowable States. Self-publishers: Get a book printing quote Get a Quote () or () As Jane Kramer pointed out in a profile, Tanning owned—in all senses of that word—the female figure; it is hard to think of another woman artist who made more of women’s bodies.

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Dorothea Tanning, Parfois () From en Chair et on or. Courtesy of the Dorothea Tanning Foundation. Book mania. Arriving in Paris inTanning discovered a thriving scene around the beau livre, or limited edition artist’s book.

Dorothea Tanning was born and raised in Galesburg, Illinois. After attending Knox College for two years (), she moved to Chicago in and then to New York in. Dorothea Tanning's “Birthday” painting was created by the artist inwhen she lived in New York.

It was this picture - a sample of the early North American postmodern art - that introduced Dorotea to her future husband, renowned surrealist artist Max Ernst. It is said that for the first time Ernst and Tanning met at one of the noisy.

Dorothea Tanning was born the second of three daughters to a working-class family originally from Sweden who had settled and made their home in Galesburg, Illinois.

Her father had aspirations of becoming a cowboy in the American West, whilst her mother was a fantasist who insisted on dressing their daughters in taffeta and silk.Explore our Dorothea Tanning selection of art prints and books inspired by our exhibition at Tate Modern.

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