Remedios Varo. Catalogo Razonado. 4th edition (Spanish and English Edition) download epub
by Walter Gruen
Remedios Varo-Catalogo Razonado book.
Remedios Varo-Catalogo Razonado book. Published 2008 by Era (first published 1994). 9684116780 (ISBN13: 9789684116788). I received this gorgeous book about five years ago from a wonderful friend from Mexico. Varo's work was truly unique and highlights a marriage of art and science. I am stunned by the current prices for this volume.
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Items related to Remedios Varo. The book is bilingual, English and Spanish in parallel. It is illustrated with reproductions of color pictures, as well as the drawings and photographs of the author. Walter Gruen Remedios Varo. ISBN 13: 9789684116788. The book is completely new, unused. Shipping: US$ 3. 2 From Spain to .
ISBN 9789684116788 (978-968-411-678-8) Hardcover, Ediciones Era, 2008.
The condition was rated A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling.
Remedios Varo Uranga (16 December 1908 – 8 October 1963) was a Spanish surrealist artist working in Spain, France, and Mexico. She was born María de los Remedios Alicia Rodriga Varo y Uranga in Anglès, a small town in the province of Girona (Catalonia), in northeast Spain, in 1908. Her mother named Varo in honor of the Virgen de los Remedios (the "Virgin of Remedies") after a recently deceased older sister.
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Surrealist Remedios Varo’s paintings explore the female psyche and the domestic realm as sites of mystical revelation. Her female protagonists, depicted as heroines or mythical figures, navigate precisely rendered symbolic worlds populated by machines, magical creatures, and objects coming to life. Varo’s women appear isolated and trapped by their environments, androgynous figures with ambivalent facial expressions, in some cases bound to machines or contraptions. Often seen as an autobiographical artist, Varo uses these women as her stand-ins exploring the occult, the Kabala, and alchemy.
Varo and Carrington had previously met while living in Paris through Andre Breton. Varo’s partner for the last 15 years of her life, Walter Gruen, dedicated his life to cataloguing her work and ensuring her legacy
Varo and Carrington had previously met while living in Paris through Andre Breton. Varo’s partner for the last 15 years of her life, Walter Gruen, dedicated his life to cataloguing her work and ensuring her legacy.