TITLE

Stratigraphy of Andromeda: Giorgio de Chirico, Alberto Savinio, Origins, and Originality

AUTHOR(S)
Giammei, Alessandro
PUB. DATE
January 2018
SOURCE
Modernism/Modernity;Jan2018, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p21
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses the stratigraphy in the multimedia work of the protagonists of modernism Giorgio de Chirico and Alberto Savinio. Topics include the stratigraphical references of ancient Greek characters such as Andromeda in the works of Savinio and in the works of Ovid, Montesquieu and Francis Picabia, and the evolution of modern art and aesthetics.
ACCESSION #
127678812

 

Related Articles

  • Stage and Iconographic Prototypes in three Productions of the Fable of Andromeda and Perseus: Pio di Savoia, Corneille, and Calderón. CHAVES, TERESA // Anuario Calderoniano;2013, Vol. 1, p317 

    The circulation of printed books and engravings containing the texts and the scenes for the staging of Perseus and Andromeda myth in XVII century's European theatres made possible the creation of stage and iconographic prototypes. Those prototypes were of common and recurrent use in spectacles...

  • DISQUIETING MUSES AND TIRED TROUBADOURS: GIORGIO DE CHIRICO AND MEDITERRANEAN METAPHYSICS. SANTARELLI, CRISTINA // Music in Art: International Journal for Music Iconography;Spring-Fall2012, Vol. 37 Issue 1/2, p265 

    The article focuses on Giorgio De Chirico, an Italian artist and his use of mannequin in way of paintings in 1914 and the impact it had on subsequent musical and artistic presentations. De Chirico then collaborated with his musical brother Alberto Savinio and poet Guillaume Apollinaire to...

  • PROUD WOMEN, ANGRY GODS: The Proud Queen: Cassiopeia and Her Daughter Andromeda. Lies, Betty Bonham // Earth's Daughters: Stories of Women in Classical Mythology;1999, p26 

    This article presents the story of Cassiopeia and her daughter Andromeda, characters of Greek mythology. The queen of Ethiopia was proud, as proud as she was beautiful. Cassiopeia had a daughter named Andromeda, whose loveliness, her mother thought, was unsurpassed by anyone, mortal or immortal....

  • Not Black and/or White: Reading Racial Difference in Heliodorus's "Ethiopica" and Pauline Hopkins's "Of One Blood." Harris, Marla // African American Review;Fall2001, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p375 

    Focuses on racial difference depicted in the novel "Ethiopica" by Heliodorus and "Of One Blood" by Pauline Hopkins. Representations of the character of mythical figure Andromeda; Response of the readers on racism; Role of Andromeda in the novel.

  • The Enigmas of De Chirico. HUGHES, ROBERT // Time;4/12/1982, Vol. 119 Issue 15, p78 

    The article reviews the exhibition of the paintings and drawings of Giorgio de Chirico at New York's Museum of Modern Art.

  • Writing back to Ovid in the 1560s and 1570s. Lyne, Raphael // Translation & Literature;Autumn2004, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p143 

    The article presents criticism of the work of the Roman poet Ovid, adapted from a presentation at the Renaissance Society of America conference in 2004.

  • ECHTHEITSKRITIC: OVIDIAN AND NON-OVIDIAN HEROIDS AGAIN. Courtney, E. // Classical Journal;Dec1997/Jan1998, Vol. 93 Issue 2, p157 

    Argues that the letters included in "Heroides" are the work of a forger or imitator of Ovid. Methods of dealing with the divergence of judgment seen in the introductory couplets; Criterion which carries weight in questions of authenticity and chronology.

  • Ovid's (Mis)Guided Tour of Rome: Some Purposeful Omissions in TR. 3.1. Huskey, Samuel J. // Classical Journal;Oct/Nov2006, Vol. 102 Issue 1, p17 

    When we follow closely the guided tour of Rome in Ovid's "Tristia" 3.1, certain features of the landscape become conspicuous by their absence. However, we cannot say that they are entirely absent, because they influence the path the tour must take. These omissions become speaking silences that...

  • Editorial.  // Philologica Jassyensia;2008, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p7 

    An introduction to the journal in which the editors discuss an article of the conferences on the 600th anniversary of the city of IaÅŸi, Romania, the 2050 years birth anniversary of the poet Publius Ovid Naso and the aim of the journal.

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics