On "Cubism" in context
THE NON-REPRESENTATIONAL FUNCTION: A 'PLASTIC' ART
(a) 'Plastic' and 'esemplastic'
(b) A note on Neo-Plasticism and Suprematism
(c) The representational function
PART ONE: ON "CUBISM" AND ITS READERS
- (a) On "Cubism" - a history of Suppression and distortion
- (b) Nietzsche v. Kant
(c) The 'total image'
(d) Philosophical idealism: Kant and Schopenhauer
(e) The 'thing-in-itself'
(f) John Locke: primary and secondary qualities
(a) The terms as used by D.H.Kahnweiler
(b) Alfred Barr and Daniel Robbins
(c) The terms as used by Gleizes and Metzinger
(d) 'Synthetic Cubism' and the 'total image'
(e) Gleizes' view of the phases of Cubism
(a) Precedents: Charles Henry and Peter Lenz
(b) The subjective experience of space
(c) Metzinger, Gris and Maurice Princet
(a) Mark Antliff: Inventing Bergson
(b) What was the 'rhythm of the Greeks'?
(c) On Celtic Nationalism
(d) The French tradition
PART TWO: ON "CUBISM" AND OTHER PAINTERS
PICASSO AND BRAQUE
(a) Gleizes v. Metzinger
(b) Construction v. 'Impressionism of form'
(c) Picasso and Braque as they feature in On "Cubism"
(a) Delaunay against the Cubists
(b) and Maurice Princet
(c) and Francis Picabia
(d) The Cubists against Delaunay
(a) Injustice of the Cubists
(b) On "Cubism" and non-representational art
(c) Non-representational art and complexity
(a) The 'rejection' of Nude Descending a Staircase
(b) Duchamp's debt to Metzinger
- (a) Jacques Villon
- (b) Fernand Léger
- (c) Futurism
- (d) The Salon de la Section d'Or
- (e) England and Russia
- (f) Pure 'plasticism' and the big subject