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050  4 ND553.P47|bA4  2016 
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092    759.4|bP58Um, 2016 
100 1  Umland, Anne,|eauthor. 
245 10 Francis Picabia :|bour heads are round so our thoughts can
       change direction /|cAnne Umland and Cathérine Hug ; with 
       essays by George Baker [and 12 others]. 
246 30 Our heads are round so our thoughts can change direction 
264  1 New York :|bThe Museum of Modern Art, New York ;|aZürich :
       |bKunsthaus Zürich,|c2016. 
264  4 |c©2016. 
300    368 pages :|billustrations (chiefly color) ;|c32 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
336    still image|bsti|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
500    Published in conjunction with the exhibition held at the 
       Kunsthaus Zürich, June 3-September 25, 2016, and at The 
       Museum of Modern Art, New York, November 20, 2016-March 19,
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 361-364). 
505 00 |gForeword /|rGlenn D. Lowry and Christoph Becker --
       |gAcknowledgments /|rAnne Umland and Cathérine Hug --
       |tFrancis Picabia: an introduction /|rAnne Umland --
       |tFrancis Picabia, once removed /|rGordon Hughes --|tThe 
       body after cubism /|rGeorge Baker --|tWar, exile, and the 
       machine /|rAdrian Sudhalter --|t"I'm feeling somewhat 
       better" /|rJuri Steiner --|tPicabia's worldliness /
       |rBriony Fer --|tRelâche and the music hall /|rCarole 
       Boulbès --|tFrancis "Funny Guy" Picabia and Entr'acte /
       |rJean-Jacques Lebel --|tArt = Sun = Destruction /
       |rAurélie Verdier --|tThe secret recesses of Picabia's 
       transparencies /|rMasha Chlenova --|tMore powerful, more 
       simple, more human painting /|rBernard Marcadé --|tFrancis
       Picabia's "war" /|rMichèle C. Cone --|tPainting, poetry, 
       and impudent correspondence /|rCarole Boulbès --|t"The 
       sacrilege of the points": Francis Picabia's quasi-
       monochromes and the return of dada /|rArnauld Pierre --
       |tJokes and their relation to modern art: Picabia's 
       painting /|rDavid Joselit --|tPicabia after Picabia /
       |rCathérine Hug --|tPharamousse, funny guy, Picabia the 
       loser: the life of Francis Picabia /|rRachel Silveri --
       |gChecklist of the exhibition /|rNatalie Dupêcher with 
       Talia Kwartler. 
520 8  Among the great modern artists of the past century, 
       Picabia is one of the most elusive, given his extreme 
       eclecticism and persistent acts of self-contradiction. 
       Though known as a Dadaist, Picabia's ongoing stylistic 
       shifts, from Impressionism to radical abstraction, from 
       mechanical imagery to pseudo-classicism, and from photo-
       based realism to art informel remain to be assessed in 
       depth. Similarly, the breadth of his practice, which 
       encompassed poetry, film and performance is under-
       recognized. Each makes him a figure relevant for 
       contemporary artists, while the career as a whole 
       challenges familiar narratives of modernism. Francis 
       Picabia presents over 100 paintings, complemented by works
       on paper, publications, and film. Featuring some 500 
       illustrations and 14 essays, it examines the full range of
       Picabia's oeuvre. 
600 10 Picabia, Francis,|d1879-1953|vExhibitions. 
655  7 Exhibition catalogs.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01424028. 
655  7 Exhibition catalogs.|2lcgft 
700 1  Hug, Catherine,|d1976-|eauthor. 
700 1  Picabia, Francis,|d1879-1953,|eartist. 
700 1  Baker, George|q(George Thomas),|d1970-|ewriter of essay. 
710 2  Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.),|ehost institution,
       |eissuing body. 
710 2  Kunsthaus Zürich,|ehost institution,|eissuing body.