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El Paris De Kiki

July 2, 2020

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Kikis Paris recreates the experience of participating in what Marcel Duchamp defined as the first truly international colony of artists we ever had. This one-quarter mile zone on the left bank of the Seine, around the intersection of the boulevards of Montparnasse and Raspail, offered none of the traditional tourist attractions of Paris. What attracted an entire generation of painters, sculptors, writers and pleasure seekers to the terraces of the cafés of Montparnasse was the promise of freedom and full personal fulfillment. In the center of the life of Montparnasse was Kiki. In Ernest Hemingways words: It was wonderful to see. Her face being naturally beautiful, she had turned it into a work of art. He had a prodigiously beautiful body and a pleasant voice,. . . And by the way, she dominated that Montparnasse era more than Queen Victoria ever mastered the Victorian era. Kiki was undoubtedly the queen of that neighborhood of artists, dream and fate of millions of people in the twenties , And has come to symbolize everything that Montparnasse offered. Originally a hill, Mont Parnasse, from which the students of the Sorbonne recited their poems, in the nineteenth century Montparnasse attracted academic painters and their pupils, and from 1900 to 1930 was the center of artistic life worldwide. The painters, sculptors, writers and composers who lived there-among many others, Apollinaire, Léger, Miró, Cocteau, Joyce, Modigliani, Brancusi, Pound, Satie, Calder, Duchamp, Matisse, Hemingway, Mondrian, Man Ray, Pascin, Picasso , Soutine, Stravinsky, Stein-are the creators of modern culture as we know it. For their book El París de Kiki, the authors selected from thousands of photographs of the time, and interviewed the artists and models who lived in Montparnasse in the twenties. Many of the photographs that appear in the book were taken by well-known artists, among them Man Ray, Berenice Abbott, André Kertész and Jean Cocteau; Others are published for the first time or have not been seen since that decade. The text is concise and revealing, taking special care of precision and fidelity to the facts. Kikis Paris is an important contribution to the social and artistic history of the period. His unique combination of photographs and text shows us the reality and the flavor of the greatest experiment of freedom in our century.Kikis Paris recreates the experience of participating in what Marcel Duchamp defined as the first truly international colony of artists we ever had. This one-quarter mile on the left bank of the Seine, around the intersection of the boulevards of Montparnasse and Raspail, offered none of the traditional tourist attractions of Paris. What attracted an entire generation of painters, sculptors, writers and pleasure seekers to the terraces of the cafés of Montparnasse was the promise of freedom and full personal fulfillment. In the center of the life of Montparnasse was Kiki. In Ernest Hemingways words: It was wonderful to see Her face being naturally beautiful, she had turned it into a work of art. He had a prodigiously beautiful body and a pleasant voice. Montparnasse was more than Queen Victoria ever mastered the Victorian era. Kiki was undoubtedly the queen of that neighborhood of artists, dream and fate of millions of people in the twenties, And has come to symbolize everything that Montparnasse offered. Originally a hill, Mont Parnasse, from which the students of the Sorbonne recited their poems, in the nineteenth century Montparnasse attracted academic painters and their pupils, and from 1900 to 1930 was the center of artistic life worldwide. The painters, sculptors, writers and composers who lived there-among many others, Apollinaire, Léger, Mirte, Cocteau, Joyce, Modigliani, Brancusi, Pound, Satie, Calder, Duchamp, Matisse, Hemingway, Mondrian, Man Ray, Pascin, Picasso , Soutine, Stravinsky, Stein-are the creators of modern culture as we know it. For their book The Paris of Kiki, the authors selected from thousands of photographs of the time, and interviewed the artists and models who lived in Montparnasse in the twenties. Many of the photographs that appear in the book were taken by well-known artists, among them Man Ray, Berenice Abbott, André Kertész and Jean Cocteau; Others have been published for the first time or have not been seen since that decade. The text is concise and revealing, taking special care of accuracy and fidelity to the facts. Kikis Paris is an important contribution to the social and artistic history of the period. Its unique combination of photographs and text shows us the reality and flavor of the greatest experiment of freedom in our century.

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