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Jess, paste ups (and assemblies), 1951-1983

  • 157 Pages
  • 4.84 MB
  • English
John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art , Sarasota, Fla
Jess, 1923- -- Exhibit
StatementMichael Auping.
ContributionsJess, 1923-, John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art., Newport Harbor Art Museum.
LC ClassificationsN6537.J47 A4 1983
The Physical Object
Pagination157 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3195574M
ISBN 100916758141
LC Control Number83082281

: Jess, Paste Ups and Assemblies, (): Michael Auping, The John & Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Jess Collins, R.B. Kitaj: BooksAuthor: Michael Auping, Jess, John. Paste-Ups Paperback – January 1, by Jess (Robert Duncan) Art - Collins (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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Jess: Paste-Ups. first edition Books are returnable for any reason within 10 days provided they are returned in the same condition they were sent. Illinois residents please add 7% sales tax. Orders usually ship within 2 business days.

Shipping costs are based on books weighing LB, or 1 KG. However, larger or heavier books or multi. The Paste-Ups constitute a continuous body of work that reflects a relatively comprehensive biography of Jess' development." Published by The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art in as the catalogue for an exhibition, December 9, - February 5, Illustrated with 66 photographs of the artist's work, most in full color/5(3).

Jess: Paste-Ups. Chicago, IL: Museum of Contemporary Art, First edition. Softcover. Exhibition catalog for a show that ran Decem through Janu Seven loose sheets. Brief text by Stephen Prokopoff. "Structure of Rime XXVII" by Robert Duncan on one sheet.

Three sheets of illustrations by Jess. Among the works, will be two of Jess’s largest, most complex paste-ups The Unentitled Graces,(Collection Albright-Knox Art Gallery), and A Cryogenic Consideration; Or, Sounding One Horn Of The Dilemma (Winter), (private collection), and five of Jess’s translations, all oil on wood or canvas, the largest measuring 28 x 18 inches.".

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Jess: paste-ups (and assemblies) Inscribed, with photo. signed. "Happy days to you, Lyn. with love Jess." Polaroid of Jess in his studio, with a crease about half the height from the distortion of the plastic covering. About plates (most in color). Fine in cloth and lightly worn dustjacket.

cm square. Jess: paste-ups (and assemblies) Inscribed, with photo. Sarasota, Florida: Ringling Museum of Art, Inscribed to feminist poet Lyn Lonidier: "Happy days to you, Lyn. with love Jess." Polaroid of Jess in his studio, with a crease about half the height from the distortion of the plastic covering.

Jess, detail from Nance, from A Birthday Pillow Book for James, Collage on four two-page spreads, each 10 3/4 x 18 inches. From the James Broughton Papers, courtesy of Kent State University Libraries, Special Collections and Archives, Kent, OH. Jess, detail from Nance, from A Birthday Pillow Book for James, Paste-Ups by Jess, Artwork Info Artwork title Paste-Ups by Jess Artist name Jess Date created Classification collage Medium printed reproduction, text, and paper on paper Dimensions 22 in.

x 28 in. ( cm x cm) Date Acquired Credit Collection SFMOMA. Get this from a library. Jess, paste ups (and assemblies), [Michael Auping; Jess; John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art.; Newport Harbor Art Museum.].

Jess Paste-ups; You Might Also Like. Apprehending the Light By Scott O’Connor J A Little Fellow with a Big Head By Margaret Jull Costa J The Edge of the Map A Little Book on Form (), which everyone likes to point out is not particularly little, is a poetry master class between two covers.

And there is Robert. Jess too began to pile up layer after layer of pigment, in this case upon the lucid perspectival lineaments of an obsolete apparatus from an issue of Scientific American until it took on the strange, sensuous density of a meteorite pocked and patinated by interstellar wear.

It was Duncan who gave Jess a copy of Max Ernst’s seminal collage book, Une semaine de bonté (), which influenced his approach to both methods (“paste-up” is his word for collage) and materials (the use of found images).

"Jess: Paintings and Paste-ups" Jess's art resides somewhere between dream and nightmare. By T.J. Carlin Thu Jun 19 He is best known for his “Paste-Ups,” intricate collages of dizzying density and apparent seamlessness composed out of old book illustrations and images cut out of magazines.

In his Translations paintings (), Jess accurately, and seemingly obsessively, reproduced images culled from children’s books and old science textbooks.

Although he worked in various media, he is best known for his "paste-ups." These elaborate collages are composed of clippings from magazines, posters, prints, and illustrated books. The fragments coalesce into a unified whole, addressing science, mysticism, sexuality, history, and popular culture.

The following year Duncan gave Jess a copy of Max Ernst’s book of surrealist collages, Une semaine de bonté, (“A Week of Kindness,” ), in which the images were made from cutting and pasting pictures from Victorian books and catalogs, inspiring Jess to create collages from various printed images and found materials.

Jess’s “paste-ups” seem both age-old and modern, and a renewed interest in remix culture makes this beautifully crafted book timely; its publication coincides with the beginning of a. The Jess scholar and curator, Michael Auping, quotes Jess speaking of himself and his Paste-Ups, “Our (he and poet Robert Duncan) life is essentially a grand collage of fantastical images in books, paintings and puzzles (Jess loved elaborate puzzles) from inside the house and my imagination of the world outside the house (where Jess seldom.

In their puzzling density and apparent seamlessness, the "paste-ups" recall the surrealist collages of Max Ernst, but Mr. Collins' stir feelings of childlike awe and wistful eroticism far from the.

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Jess collaborated with poets and other writers and worked with small presses and limited-edition publications. His collages, which he called "paste-ups," drew from 19th-century illustrations and engravings, often recalling the Surrealist collage methods of Max Ernst.

Jess is best known for his collages, which he called paste-ups: staggeringly intricate symbolic narratives pieced together from bits of scientific treatises, muscle magazines, art history books. Breazeale, William. Paste-ups by Jess. Maynard, James, Poetry as primary community. Crocker Art Museum.

Notes Includes bibliographical references and index. Contents.

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An opening of the field: Jess, Robert Duncan, and their circle / essay by Michael Duncan. Offset poster announcing Jess' ''Paste-Ups'' show at the Odyssia Gallery. NY: Odyssia Gallery, Item #SKB Features a lovely, intricate collage by Jess.

One of numbered copies signed by Jess in pencil in the bottom corner. Jess is best known for his collages, which he called paste-ups: staggeringly intricate symbolic narratives pieced together from bits of scientific treatises, muscle magazines, art history books, cartoons and popular periodicals like Life and Time.

This work is not lost-in-the-clouds stuff. Jess filtered these far-flung references through a self-described Romantic sensibility, one that valued the transforming power of the imagination above all else. Jess’s collages—which he called Paste-Ups—used cutout advertising images and slogans to present a satirical, absurdist view of sexuality and politics.

As Jess grew obsessed with. Befitting someone whose favorite book was Finnegans Wake, Jess’s compositions are dense, riddled with literary and historical allusions.

But they are also celebrations of surface—be it the gloppy residue of impasto, the delicacy of mass-reproduced engravings, or the sight of a naked man.

Seeing “Narkissos” along with the board casts the paste-up in a new light for even the most diehard Jess fan. Accompanying “Narkissos” are several other marvelous paste-ups.

Grown Ups starts at the end. A large and happy family is gathered at a birthday party: brothers Johnny, Ed and Liam, their wives Jessie, Cara and. I’m a proud Vietnamese cake artist who has been spreading my passion around the world in textured wedding cakes and edible flowers.

Cake Jess, formerly known as Floral Cakes by Jessica MV, is located in Hanoi, Vietnam loving to make the cakes and flowers which incorporate unique artistic elements and express themselves through my own photography.Robert Edward Duncan (January 7, – February 3, ) was an American poet and a devotee of Hilda "H.D." Doolittle and the Western esoteric tradition who spent most of his career in and around San associated with any number of literary traditions and schools, Duncan is often identified with the poets of the New American Poetry and Black Mountain College.1.

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