Impressionism Expressionism Cubism and landscape of the new century in Europe
11 September 1999 - 09 January 2000 | Treviso, Casa dei Carraresi
curated by M. Goldin
The first section, aptly titled 'The color free, "he approached the tonal vibrations of works such as Charing Cross Bridge, the Thames and Weeping Willow, Giverny Monet's intense luminosity of color Pigs blacks Pani Gauguin, and the coloring pre -expressionistic the Garden with Sunflowers by Van Gogh to Fauvism divisionistico of "lporto of AbailI" by Matisse. mountain Sainte-Victoire by Cezanne, a key work in the history of modern art, the moment of transition from subjective and impressionistic vision research centered objectivity, dominated the section entitled "the sign and structure." research protocubista derived cesanniana was documented by two mixed by Picasso titled nude in a landscape, while Spring Schiele was an extraordinary example of absolute control of the sign.
The section "The paradise of the origins" has reconstructed the search for a virgin and unspoiled nature, which could act as a radical alternative to the relentless technology and urbanism, documented by the works of Light, Previati and Caillebotte. For some, like Gauguin, this meant travel to distant lands, for others, such as Am Ende, Modershon and Modershon-Becker, creating mystical-philosophical community, for others the ability to approach scenes of primeval beauty, interpreting them in the light of a calm serenity, as the Mondrian the tree of isolated river Gein, or a strong expressive, as the Permeke of Landscapes of Devonshire.
The redefinition dream of pictorial space was at the center of "The landscape of dreams", which documented the sensitivity of spiritualism Symbolist works by Hodler, Khnopff, van de Woestyne and Spilliaert, but its core was the powerful suggestion of attraction Garden and hill and 11 great poplar ll Klimt, as well as nell'evanescenza of Parliament, stormy sky, Monet.