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Critiques, Analyses et Avis (3)
sarahauger
born in florence, he came from a family of wealthy textile traders. magnelli taught himself to paint, studying from pictures in museums and from fifteenth century frescoes in tuscan churches. in 1911, he came into contact with futurism through giovanni papini and soffici, and with cubism through the illustrations in apollinaire’s ‘les peintres cubists: méditations esthétiques’, before he travelled to paris in 1914. there, magnelli purchased paintings by picasso, gris, and carrà, and sculpture by archipenko for his uncle’s collection. his highly organised paintings were informed by study of piero della francesca and paolo uccello, as well as by cubism, while he also adopted the unmodulated colours and dark outlines of matisse.
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sarahauger
magnelli made his first two etchings at forte dei marmi in the summer of 1934, when he was working on his ‘pierres’. his earliest relief prints, one of which was commissioned by gualtieri di san lazzaro for ‘xxe siècle’, were made from masonite matrices in 1938. these were followed in 1941 by four woodcuts, the first of which was for the catalogue of his one-man show at the galerie drouin in paris. after his collaborative lithographs of 1941 – 43 with the arps and sonia delaunay, magnelli made no more prints until 1949, when an aquatint printed in paris by lacourière was published by iliazd in ‘poèsie de mots inconnus’. he began making lithographs with edmond and jacques desjobert in paris in 1950. magnelli contributed to ‘maîtres de l’art abstrait’, one of the first major albums of screenprints to be produced in france, which was printed by wilfredo arcay in meudon, and published in 1953 by architecture d’aujourd’hui in boulogne -sur- seine. he made his first linocut in 1965, which was printed in vallauris by hidalgo arnéra, who became his regular printer for linocuts, including the two for aldo palazzeschi’s ‘la passeggiata’, published in 1970 by m’arte in milan. magnelli had accompanied the futurist poet to paris in 1914. in his last major print project, magnelli made 10 lithographs in 1969 -70 for ‘i collagi di magnelli’, which were printed by francesco cioppi, and published in 1971 by il collezionista d’arte contemporanea in rome. the vast majority of magnelli’s 100 prints were made in the last twenty two years of his life. among the other publishers with whom he worked were l’oeuvre gravé in zurich, il bisonte in florence, and erker presse in sankt gallen.
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sarahauger
alberto magnelli, pionnier de l'abstraction (1888-1971) invite à une nouvelle approche de cet artiste en tressant les éléments chronologiques et les analyses de l'oeuvre. cet ouvrage permet de découvrir comment le jeune autodidacte (qui peint son premier tableau en 1907) va d'abord trouver sa voie entre cubisme et futurisme en se liant d'amitié dès 1913 avec balla, severini, boccioni ou carrà, puis l'année suivante, lors d'un voyage à paris, avec picasso, léger, archipenko... mais aussi avec max jacob et guillaume apollinaire. refusant la dérive fasciste de l'italie, il s'installe en france en 1931 et s'inscrit, avec les pierres, parmi les grands initiateurs de l'abstraction aux côtés de kandinsky, arp ou hartung, qui deviennent des amis proches. à la sortie de la guerre, son exposition de 1947 à la galerie rené drouin l'impose comme le dernier maître historique de l'abstraction. il devient alors la référence d'une nouvelle génération, celle de de staël, vasarely, poliakoff, dewasne et des peintres italiens comme dorazio et perilli.
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