[PDF/EPUB] Bernard Buffet By Nicholas Foulkes

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Ent he was a leader of the cultural revolution that seemed to forge a new France from the shattered remains of a discredited and demoralized country While still in his twenties he had a Rolls Royce a chateau an island high society at his feet and a glittering future ahead Yet his extraordinary fall from grace was engineered by the very establishment that created him Once hailed as a genius he was later shunned as a joke Today almost 70 years after he first shot to fame as a 20 year old prodigy hailed as a successor to Picasso critical opinion remains sharply divided on the reputation of a controversial painterRich.

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Bernard Buffet

It is said that asphyxiation brings on a state of hallucinatory intoxication in which case the 71 year old artist who lay in his sprawling Provencal villa died happy In the early afternoon of Monday October 4 1999 wracked with Parkinson's disease and unable to paint after breaking his wrist Bernard Buffet calmly placed a plastic bag over his head taped it tight around his neck and patiently waited the few minutes it took for death to arriveBernard Buffet was the first artist of the television and the jet age As the first of the so called Fabulous Five Francoise Sagan Roger Vadim Brigitte Bardot and Yves Saint Laur.

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In incident Buffet’s remarkable story is played out against the backdrop of the beau monde of the 1950s and 1960s in locations as diverse as St Tropez Tokyo Paris Dallas St Petersburg and New York before coming to its miserable conclusion alone in his studioWith the cooperation of the Buffet estate this is the first in depth biography of the artist to be published in English and Foulkes has secured uniue interviews and access to the Buffet legacy Buffet’s story is an allegory for the corrosive commercial investment value of art markets today His paintings are currently rocketing in value as he is rediscovered.

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  1. says:

    Very entertaining biography of a fairly lousy artist Foulkes presents a lot of silly conspiracy theories as to why the art world doesn't like Buffet with an ingenuous I'm not saying it's true but here's what they say approach and builds a few straw arguments such as he's unfairly accused of repeating himself or the fashion moved to abstract art which if true wouldn't explain the continued success of his near contemporaries Giaco

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