"Picasso and Braque" offers an intimate look at one of the most
pivotal exchanges in the history of Western art: the culminating
two years (1910-12) of Analytic Cubism. While the Cubist experiment
has long been a requisite chapter in the history of modernism, this
is the first publication to delve deeply into these two intense
years of productivity, revealing the intriguing pictorial game
being played out between these two great masters.
Essays by prominent curators and historians offer sustained
readings of paintings, drawings, and prints in terms of their
engagement with issues of genre, format, medium, and artistic
process. In addition, the new technology of spectral imaging
provides reproductions of astounding color and textural fidelity,
making this an essential publication for those seeking to
understand better the complexity of Picasso's and Braque's
mark-making, which typically evades conventional photography.
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