Art and Thought / Art et pensée
Art and Thought
If the past is continually retold in the present, as Walter Benjamin suggests, what can critical perspectives reveal and what do they obscure about the history of our modern time? Art and Thought: Histories of the Avant-Garde revisits and reconceptualises the histories of modernism, avant-gardism and postmodernism. Volumes in the series will each offer a critical perspective developed in response to specific cultural artefacts and their qualities. They will engage with literary, artistic and theoretical works, from the past as well as the present, and explore the interactions between literature, visual art, film and music, including the livre d’artiste. The series showcases work by new as well as established scholars, whether monographs, single- or multi-authored collections of essays, and new editions of salient or neglected primary texts in English or French, including original aesthetic works. Writing on translation as well as in translation is welcome.
Alberto Savinio et les avant-gardes à Paris 1911–1937Volume 4Monographs XIV, 314 Pages
Surrealism, Sublimation and the Recuperation of DesireVolume 3Monographs XIV, 300 Pages
Volume 2Others XXIV, 320 Pages
Un groupe surréaliste entre Bucarest et Paris, 1945–1947Volume 1Edited Collection XIV, 404 Pages