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Correspondence: Georges Bataille and Michel Leiris
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In the autumn of 1924, just before André Breton published the Manifeste du surréalisme , two young men met in Paris for the first time.  Georges Bataille, 27, starting work at the Bibliothèque Nationale; Michel Leiris, 23, beginning his…
Fibrils: The Rules Of The Game, Volume 3
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A major publishing event: the third volume of Michel Leiris’s renowned autobiography, now available in English for the first time in a brilliant translation by Lydia Davis A beloved and versatile author and ethnographer, French intellectual Michel Leiris is…
Phantom Africa
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|August 15, 2017

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One of the towering classics of twentieth century French literature, Phantom Africa is a singular and ultimately unclassifiable work: a book composed of one man’s compulsive and constantly mutating daily travel journal—by turns melodramatic,…
Miró Lithographs: Vol. I: 1930-1952
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|July 26, 2016

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This set of six volumes collects the complete lithographic work of Catalan artist Joan Miró (1893-1983). This first volume, containing 12 original lithographs, focuses on the years 1930-1952, when he was living in France and Spain, and beginning to experiment…
Manhood: A Journey from Childhood into the Fierce Order of Virility
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|June 15, 1992

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"Not only one of the frankest of autobiographies, but also a brilliantly written book, Leiris' Manhood mingles memories, philosophic reflections, sexual revelation, meditations on bullfighting, and the life-long progress of self-discovery."— Washington…
Journal : 1922-1989
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|February 22, 2021

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The Ribbon At Olympia's Throat
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|July 2, 2019

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Short fragments and essays that explore how a seemingly irrelevant aesthetic detail may cause the eruption of sublimity within the mundane. That the nude painted by Manet (in a painting so conceptually new that it created a scandal in its day) achieves so much…
Scraps: The Rules Of The Game, Volume 2
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|March 28, 2017

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The second volume of Michel Leiris’s hugely influential four-volume autobiographical essay, available to English-language readers in a brilliant and sensitive translation by Lydia Davis One of the most versatile and beloved French intellectuals of the…
Scratches: The Rules Of The Game, Volume 1
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A dazzling translation by Lydia Davis of the first volume of Michel Leiris’s masterwork, perhaps the most important French autobiographical enterprise of the twentieth century Michel Leiris, a French intellectual whose literary works inspired high praise…
Matt Connors: A Bell Is a Cup: Expanded Edition
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|July 26, 2016

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This is an expanded edition of the first comprehensive review of American abstract painter Matt Connors (born 1973), first published for his 2012 exhibition Impressionism at MoMA PS1. Connors takes rubbings from his studio floor, pouring layers of paint into the…
Aurora and Cardinal Point
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|January 31, 2014

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This volume collects two classics of Surrealist fiction, both long out of print, by the writer and ethnographer Michel Leiris (1901–1990). Close to Georges Bataille, Picasso, Jean-Paul Sartre and Francis Bacon, and a director of the Musée de l’Homme…
Francis Bacon

Francis Bacon

by Francis Bacon

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|November 1, 2008

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The painting of Francis Bacon (1909-1992) defines the shattered self-image of Europe in the aftermath of the Second World War, and his wracked human figures are now basic to the twentieth century's visual lexicon. Clearing away all moral scaffolding, Bacon made…
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