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Christine Buci-Glucksmann

Christine Buci-Glucksmann

Christine Buci-Glucksmann is a French philosopher and Professor Emeritus from University of Paris VIII specializing in the aesthetics of the Baroque, Japan and computer art. Her best-known work in English is Baroque Reason: The Aesthetics of Modernity.

Background

Christine Buci-Glucksmann began her work as a philosopher in the 1970s with political studies of Friedrich Engels and Antonio Gramsci. She followed this with research into aesthetics, based primarily around a study of the work of Walter Benjamin. This achievement was followed by her study into the aesthetics of the perception of the Baroque, which was published as "La Raison baroque" in 1984 and then again with La folie du voir in 1986. In this, her major accomplishment, she cites Gilles Deleuze and Jean-François Lyotard as being most salient to her concerns.

She followed this interval with an investigation into the aesthetics of the virtual with two books: La folie du voir: Une esthétique du virtuel and Esthetique De L'ephemere. She he has written numerous books and articles about digital art (for example L’art à l’époque virtuel (Art in the Age of Virtuality)) and new media art.[1] She has also written extensively on artists from China, for in example in Les modernités chinoises.

Reference bibliography

In translation:

  • Baroque Reason: The Aesthetics of Modernity (translated by Patrick Camiller). London / Thousand Oaks, Calif., Sage, 1994. ISBN 0-8039-8976-8
  • Gramsci and the State (translated by David Fernbach). London, Lawrence and Wishart, 1980. ISBN 0-85315-483-X

In French:

  • L’art à l’époque virtuel, Arts 8, L’Harmattan, 2004
  • La folie du voir: Une esthétique du virtuel, Galilée, 2002
  • L'enjeu du Beau: Musique et Passion, Galilée, ISBN 2-7186-0405-0
  • Esthetique de l'éphemère, Galilée, ISBN 2-7186-0622-3
  • L'esthétique du Temps au Japon: Du Zen au Rituel, Galilée, ISBN 2-7186-0555-3
  • La Folie du Voir: De L'esthétique Baroque, Galilée, ISBN 2-7186-0306-2
  • Les Frontières Esthétiques de l'Art, L'Harmattan, ISBN 2-7384-8262-7
  • Gramsci et l'Ėtat: Pour Une Théorie Materialiste de la Philosophie, Fayard, ISBN 2-213-00151-0
  • Histoire Florale De La Peinture: Hommage à Steve Dawson, Galilée, ISBN 2-7186-0594-4
  • L'Oeil Cartographique de L'art, Galilée, ISBN 2-7186-0467-0
  • Imaginaires de L'autre: Khatibi et la Mémoire Littéraire, L'Harmattan, ISBN 2-85802-783-8
  • Ouverture d'une Discussion: Dix Interventions à La Rencontre des 400 Intellectuels à Vitry, F. Maspero, ISBN 2-7071-1084-1
  • Peinture, Trois Regards (Christine Buci-Glucksmann, Eric De Chassey, Catherine Perret), Ėditions du Regard, ISBN 2-84105-122-6
  • La Raison Baroque: De Baudelaire à Benjamin, Galilée, ISBN 2-7186-0269-4
  • Tragique de l'Ombre: Shakespeare et le Maniérisme, Galilée, ISBN 2-7186-0352-6

Reference essays

  • "Eurydice et les scènes de la peinture." Verso No. 8 (1997).
  • "The Eurydices." Parallax Parallax No.10 (1999).
  • "Images d'absence." Les Cahiers des Regards (1993).
  • "Images of Absence in the Inner Space of Painting," in Inside the Visible. Ed. C. De Zegher. (MIT Press, 1996).
  • "Inner Space of Painting," in Bracha L. Ettinger: Halala—Autistwork. (The Israel Museum, 1995).
  • "L'oeil nomade et critique," in L'oeil cartographique de l'art. (Galilée, 1996).

Footnotes

  1. ^ Charlie Gere, Art, Time and Technology: Histories of the Disappearing Body (2005) Berg, p. 145

External links

  • Works by or about Christine Buci-Glucksmann in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
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