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eBook The Artist's Mind: A Psychoanalytic Perspective on Creativity, Modern Art and Modern Artists ePub

by George Hagman

  • ISBN: 0415467063
  • Category: Psychology and Counseling
  • Subcategory: Fitness and Nutrition
  • Author: George Hagman
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge (July 23, 2010)
  • Pages: 192
  • ePub book: 1815 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1832 kb
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This book examines how contemporary psychoanalytic theory provides insight into understanding the psychological sources of creativity, Modern Art and modern artists.

This book examines how contemporary psychoanalytic theory provides insight into understanding the psychological sources of creativity, Modern Art and modern artists. The Artist’s Mind revisits the lives of eight modern artists including Henri Matisse, Marcel Duchamp, Jackson Pollock and Andy Warhol, from a psychoanalytical viewpoint. It looks at how opportunities for a new approach to art at the turn of the twentieth century offered artists a chance to explore different forms of creativity and artistic ambition.

The Artist’s Mind revisits the lives of eight modern artists including Henri Matisse, Marcel Duchamp, Jackson Pollock . As such this book is essential reading for all those with an interest in the origins and fate of Modern Art. Table of contents.

The Artist’s Mind revisits the lives of eight modern artists including Henri Matisse, Marcel Duchamp, Jackson Pollock and Andy Warhol, from a psychoanalytical viewpoint. Key areas of discussion include: developmental sources of the aesthetic sense. psychological functions of creativity and art. psychology of beauty, ugliness and the Sublime.

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The Artist's Mind offers a vitalizing, new analytic perspective on the importance of aesthetics and art as a 'dialogue with the world,' shedding light on the evolution of modern art through the lives and works of major 20th.

The Artist's Mind offers a vitalizing, new analytic perspective on the importance of aesthetics and art as a 'dialogue with the world,' shedding light on the evolution of modern art through the lives and works of major 20th century artists, and expanding our understanding of art into the 21st century.

The Artist's Mind is an attempt to apply a self psychological approach to the understanding of modern art and a selected number of prominent modern artists. The theoretical framework highlights an emphasis on self psychology, the subjectivity of the artist, and the selfobject experience. The author has chosen eight subjects for his study: Edgar Degas, Pierre Bonnard, Henri Matisse, Joseph Cornell, Marcel Duchamp, Frank Lloyd Wright, Jackson Pollock, and Andy Warhol. Hagman offers a brief biographical vignette of each.

The perspective I will use is a contemporary psychoanalytic one, with an emphasis on mind as embedded in. .

The perspective I will use is a contemporary psychoanalytic one, with an emphasis on mind as embedded in cultural, developmental and relational contexts, as well as the importance of self-experience and idealization. Since Warhol revealed how anything could be art and anybody could be an artist, the new artists have taken him at his word, and followed his example. The result is the excitement, confusion, conflict and creativity of our contemporary art world. Warning: May contain spoilers.

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The Artist's Mind offers a vitalizing, new analytic perspective on the importance of aesthetics and art as a "dialogue with the world," shedding light on the evolution of modern art through the lives and works of major 20th century artists, and expanding our understanding of art into.

The Artist's Mind offers a vitalizing, new analytic perspective on the importance of aesthetics and art as a "dialogue with the world," shedding light on the evolution of modern art through the lives and works of major 20th century artists, and expanding our understanding of art into the 21st century. Carol M. Press, E. Author, The Dancing Self: Creativity, Modern Dance, Self Psychology, and Transformative Education. George Hagman, LCSW is a psychoanalyst and clinical social worker practicing in both New York City and Connecticut.

The Artist's Mind : A Psychoanalytic Perspective on Creativity, Modern Art and Modern Artists. For the past century psychoanalysts have attempted to understand the psychology of art, artists and aesthetic experience

The Artist's Mind : A Psychoanalytic Perspective on Creativity, Modern Art and Modern Artists. For the past century psychoanalysts have attempted to understand the psychology of art, artists and aesthetic experience. This book examines how contemporary psychoanalytic theory provides insight into understanding the psychological sources of creativity, Modern Art and modern artists.

For the past century psychoanalysts have attempted to understand the psychology of art, artists and aesthetic experience. This book examines how contemporary psychoanalytic theory provides insight into understanding the psychological sources of creativity, Modern Art and modern artists.

The Artist’s Mind revisits the lives of eight modern artists including Henri Matisse, Marcel Duchamp, Jackson Pollock and Andy Warhol, from a psychoanalytical viewpoint. It looks at how opportunities for a new approach to art at the turn of the twentieth century offered artists a chance to explore different forms of creativity and artistic ambition. Key areas of discussion include:

developmental sources of the aesthetic sense psychological functions of creativity and art psychology of beauty, ugliness and the Sublime. co-evolution of the modern self, modernism and art. cultural context of creativity, artistic identify and aesthetic experience.

Through the examination of great artists’ lives and psychological dynamics, the author articulates a new psychoanalytic aesthetic model that has both clinical and historical significance. As such this book is essential reading for all those with an interest in the origins and fate of Modern Art.