Charles Biederman B 1906 Has Been Active In The Avant Garde For Three Quarters Of A Century From His Early Experiments With Cubism And Surrealism To The Brightly Colored Aluminum Sculptures He Constructed Through The 1990s, He Has Pioneered Art Forms, Styles, And Theories This Book Presents A Comprehensive, Up To Date Overview Of The Career Of This Influential Artist, And Features Full Color Illustrations Of Dozens Of Biederman S Paintings, Drawings, And Signature Three Dimensional Aluminum Constructions A Native Midwesterner, Biederman Participated Actively In The Art Communities Of Chicago, New York, And Paris During The 1920s And 1930s, Interacting With Joan Mir , Wassily Kandinsky, Fernand L Ger, Jean Arp, And Pablo Picasso His Expressionist Figures Evolved Into Works Of Geometric Abstraction, And Beginning In The Early 1940s He Rejected The International Art Centers To Focus On His Primary Influence, Paul C Zanne, And The Symbiosis Of Art And Nature Biederman Immersed Himself In The Landscape Of The American Midwest And Developed His Theory Of Structurism The Abstract Translation Of Nature Into Pure Visual Elements Of Color, Plane, And Form Susan C Larsen Is A Collector For The Archives Of American Art In New England Patricia McDonnell Is Chief Curator Of The Tacoma Art Museum Distributed For The Frederick R Weisman Art Museum
Susan C Larsen, Ph.D has served as Curator of the Permanent Collection at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York Professor of Art History, University of Southern California Collector, Archives of American Art and is currently Consulting Curator for the Clinton Hill Allen Tran Foundation of Rancho Mirage, California.Susan is a specialist on American modernism, especially that of the 1930s She lives with her husband, Lauri Robert Martin, and five dogs in rural Maine.
- Charles Biederman
- Susan C. Larsen
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