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Schwarz, Arturo, 1924-



  • Existence: 1924-02-03-

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Entropie & Sincronie / Rava, Tobia ; Schwarz A., 2008

Identifier: CC-49600-70649
Scope and Contents Rava's paintings and sculptures combine numbers, mathematical symbols and Hebrew letters in landscapes, animal forms, forests, clocks and planetary designs among other subjects. This exhbition of works by Rava was curated by Maria Luisa Trevisan and travelled to four additional venues. Arturo Schwarz contributed an essay titled "Tobia Rava, that is, of the insatiable thirst for knowledge, of the uncontrollable communicative throb" and an indepth interview with the artist. Galleria D'Arte L'Occhioobia. Venice Italy Internet: Rava (padua 1959), works in venice,has attended the international school of graphics in venice and urbino.he obtained a degree in semiology of arts of bologna university,disciple of umberto eco, renato barilli, omar calabrese, flavio caroli. he paints since 1971 and has exhibited since 1977 in personal and collective exhibitions in italy, belgium, croatia, france, germany, spain, brasil, argentina, japan, united states, south america and in the far 1983...
Dates: 2008

The Complete Works of Marcel Duchamp / Schwarz, Arturo, editor ; Duchamp M ; Villon J ; Duchamp S ; Crotti J ; Hugnet G ; Breton A ; Ray M., 1997

Identifier: CC-28450-29718
Scope and Contents

This third revised and expanded edition is published in two volumes. Volume one deals with the life of Duchamp and consists of three books: the first discribes the series of unconventional works which led Duchamp to explore many different expressive possibilities, including the Readymades, the optical works and his chess activities. The second discusses Duchamp's masterpiece, "The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even." The third book titled "Continuing and Completing the Large Glass" includes four new chapters of his later works. Volume two is devoted to source material, including an updated catalogue raisonne and a comprehensive descriptive bibliography of Duchamp's writings, lectures, translations and interviews as well as an exhibition history. It includes 222 colored and black & white reproductions of his works beginning with an impressionist landscape at Blainville in 1902. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1997