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The nude woman who goes up the stairs

The nude woman who goes up the stairs

"The nude woman who goes up the stairs"
A language of Catalonia: Dona nua pujant l'escala
French: Femme nue montant l'escalier
Author Joan Miro
The production year 1937
Kind Sketch
Dimensions 78cm *55.8cm (31 in *22.0 in)
Possession Miro Museum, Barcelona

The sketching that Joan Miro drew "nude woman (かいだんをのぼるらふ, Buddha: Femme nue montant l'escalier) who went up the stairs" on the cardboard with a pencil and charcoal in 1937. Miro Museum of Barcelona possesses this picture [1].

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Origin

 
"The woman who goes down the stairs" in "The Human Figure in Motion" (collection of mosaics of the human body movement) of the Edward Mai bridge (1887). Marcel Duchamp was detonated by contact by this and drew "a naked body (English version) who went down the stairs".

Miro described this painting in the middle of Spanish Civil War. He lived in Paris in those days and has begun to go to the class of the portrait of Grand ショミエール. He got back to the production of the person image to express the situation that happened in Catalonia. The state of mind was shown with the figure of the crooked nude woman who went up the stairs [2]. In other works of this time, "save Spain" with "the still life with old shoes"; がある [3].

Commentary

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  The Marcel Duchamp "naked body who goes down the stairs"

According to the Miro Museum when "the extreme transformation of the person, the hands and feet which seem to be languid, the transformation of [4] namely the person appearing in the state to make hardship to go up the stairs and the thorny state are reflection of the Spanish Civil War, a sense of let-down of Miro for the moral tragedy of the civil war is interpreted [4]." Rays come in through the thing like a window or the box in the room in the top right corner of the screen. The woman is going to catch a ladder by the right hand. Miro uses this ladder with some works as a symbol of the escape. The sexual organs which the woman exposed to light are greatly exaggerated and resemble it that it was described in "a man and woman (English version) who faced a heap of excrement" [5].

The association with "a naked body (English version) going down the stairs" of Marcel Duchamp has this "nude woman going up the stairs" pointed out. By a キュビスト exhibition open in 1912 at ダルマウ art gallery of Barcelona, Miro sees a work of this Deschamps for the first time [6]; [7]. Interestingly, the picture of Deschamps is not really original. It was detonated by contact by the photograph of the Edward Mai bridge which was one of the photographs which recorded the movement of the animal first [8]. The movement of the woman of the stairs which my bridge showed did not only capture imagination of Deschamps and Miro. Salvador Dali of the same period produces the hommage of the work of Deschamps, too. After all, with the work of Dali, the model goes up the stairs as well as Miro [9].

Display

Start The end Exhibition Meeting place City The source
1964 1964 The Tate Gallery London [10]
1964 1964 Zurich art museum Zurich [11]
September 20, 1978 January 22, 1979 Dessins de Miró Centre Pompidou Paris [12]
June 1, 1980 October 31, 1980 ベラスケス palace (Spanish version) Madrid
November 21, 1986 February 1, 1987 Zurich art museum Zurich [13]
February 14, 1987 April 20, 1987 Dusseldorf City art museum Dusseldorf [14]
November 24, 1988 January 15, 1999 Impactes. Joan Miró1929–1941 Miro Museum Barcelona [15]
February 3, 1989 April 23, 1989 Joan Miró: Paintings & Drawings 1929–1941 Whitechapel galleryEnglish version London [16]
July 4, 1990 October 14, 1990 マーグ foundation Museum (English version) Sun pole de Vance [17]
April 20, 1993 August 30, 1993 Miro Museum Barcelona [18]
October 6, 1993 January 11, 1994 New York Museum of Modern Art New York [19]
February 11, 1995 April 17, 1995 Dusseldorf City art museum Dusseldorf
May 12, 1995 July 16, 1995 クンストハレ ViennaEnglish version Vienna
July 28, 1995 October 22, 1995 Verona modern Museum of Contemporary Art Verona
February 26, 1996 May 5, 1996 Barcelona contemporary culture center (English version) Barcelona
July 7, 1997 November 11, 1997 Miró, ceci est la couleur de mes rêves Pierre diAnada foundation Maruti knee [20]
May 15, 1998 August 30, 1998 Joan Miró. Creator of new worlds Stockholm Museum of Modern Art Stockholm [21]
September 18, 1998 January 10, 1999 Joan Miró. Creator of new worlds Louisiana Museum of Modern Art フレデンスバーグ (English version) [22]
July 4, 2000 November 5, 2000 マーグ foundation Museum Sun pole de Vance
October 23, 2001 January 27, 2002 Rèquiem per les escales Barcelona contemporary culture center Barcelona [23]
March 6, 2002 June 24, 2002 La Révolution surréaliste Centre Pompidou Paris [24]
July 20, 2002 November 24, 2002 Nortiger in = ヴェストファーレン MuseumEnglish version Dusseldorf
November 25, 2004 February 6, 2005 Joan Miró. Arquitectura d'un llibre Miro Museum Barcelona [25]
October 25, 2007 January 27, 2008 Joan Miró. 1956–1983 Sentiment, emociói gest Miro Museum Barcelona [26]
April 14, 2011 September 11, 2011 Miró. The Tate Gallery London [27]
October 15, 2011 March 18, 2011 Mirói l'escala de l'evasió. The Tate Gallery, Miro Museum London, Barcelona [28]
May 6, 2012 August 12, 2012 National Gallery Washington [28]

It was prepared the exhibition structure which could access Wikipedia for a language of Catalonia, English, some other languages a person of appreciation with "a ladder (English version) of the escape using QR ペディア Joan Miro" held in October, 2011 [29].

Footnote

  1. ^ "Naked woman going upstairs". November 6, 2011 reading. - A photograph and commentary of the picture with the Miro Museum
  2. ^ Works by Joan Miró. Joan MiróFoundation. 1988. Ediciones Polígrafa.
  3. ^ "The Tate Modern discovers the most political Miró" (Spanish). Diario de Mallorca. November 5, 2011 reading.
  4. ^ a b A New Approach To Joan Miró, Joan MiróFoundation, p. 41, http://www.fundaciomiro-bcn.org/imgdin/spdossier/0010.pdf November 5, 2011 reading. 
  5. ^ Clavero 2010, p.72-73
  6. ^ (language of Catalonia) Surrealisme a Catalunya, 1924–1936: de l'amic de les arts allogicofobisme, Polígrafa, (1988-08-01), pp. p.17, ISBN 978-84-343-0539-7, http://books.google.com/books?id=KqZDAAAACAAJ November 5, 2011 reading. 
  7. ^ Rosa Maria Malet; Joan Miró(1993), Joan Miró, Edicions 62, pp. p.19, ISBN 978-84-297-3568-0, http://books.google.com/books?id=o7e_jwEACAAJ November 5, 2011 reading. 
  8. ^ Tomkins, Calvin (1996), Duchamp: A Biography, U.S.: Henry Holt and Company, Inc, ISBN 0-8050-5789-7 
  9. ^ Judovitz et al, Dalia (2010), Drawing on art: Duchamp and company, Minnesota Press, pp. 147, http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=rt-BCXnPokUC&dq=stairs+duchamp+dali&source=gbs_navlinks_s November 5, 2011 reading. 
  10. ^ Jacques Dupin; Joan Mirâo; Ariane Lelong-Mainaud (2002), Joan Miró: catalogue raisonné: paintings, Daniel Lelong, http://books.google.com/books?id=VVk9bwAACAAJ September 24, 2011 reading.  cat num 151
  11. ^ Jacques Dupin; Joan Mirâo; Ariane Lelong-Mainaud (2002), Joan Miró: catalogue raisonné: paintings, Daniel Lelong, http://books.google.com/books?id=VVk9bwAACAAJ September 24, 2011 reading.  cat num 151
  12. ^ cat. núm. 145, repr. p. 70
  13. ^ cat. nº108 repr
  14. ^ cat. nº108 repr
  15. ^ cat. nº56 repr. p.88
  16. ^ cat. repr.
  17. ^ cat. nº102, repr. p. 343
  18. ^ cat. nº147 repr. p.343
  19. ^ cat. repr. p.226
  20. ^ cat. nº40 repr. p.95
  21. ^ cat. nº102 repr. p.113
  22. ^ cat. nº84 repr. p.66
  23. ^ Agustí, Fancelli. "Óscar Tusquets entona un réquiem emocionado por la escalera". El País. August 20, 2011 reading.
  24. ^ "La Révolution surréaliste. Fitxa de l'exposició(PDF)." August 20, 2011 reading.
  25. ^ "Joan Miró. Arquitectura d'un llibre." FundacióJoan Miró. September 29, 2011 reading.
  26. ^ "Joan Miró. 1956–1983 Sentiment, emociói gest." FundacióJoan Miró. September 29, 2011 reading.
  27. ^ "Mirói l'escala de l'evasió. Fitxa de l'exposició." August 20, 2011 reading.
  28. ^ a b "Mirói l'escala de l'evasió. Fitxa de l'exposició." FundacióJoan Miró. August 20, 2011 reading.
  29. ^ "Miró-L'escala de l'evasió. Entrada a l'exposició- QRpedia codes.jpg" (October 15, 2011). October 24, 2011 reading. - The appreciation person who warms a terminal over QR cord on the first day of the exhibition

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