TITLE

The Designs for Motion of Jean Tingueley: A Portfolio and an Interview

AUTHOR(S)
Tinguely, Jean
PUB. DATE
March 1965
SOURCE
Paris Review;Spring/Summer65, Issue 34, p82
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Interview
ABSTRACT
Presents an interview with artist Jean Tinguely. Particular attention is paid to Tinguely's portfolio of works, the importance of machinery in the 20th century, the futility of art, Tinguely's lack of color in his works, as well as what he dislikes about his art. Additional article topics include Tinguely's struggles to create an art piece that he finds worthy, his distain for success, his relationship with art dealers and collectors, as well as his artistic philosophies. Selected artistic works by Tinguely are provided.
ACCESSION #
24846933

 

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