The drama of the body. Diamantis Diamantopoulos, aesthetics and ideology of an era | University Studio Press
Aesthetics, Philosophy of Art
University Studio Press
24 x 17 cm
The book attempts to approach the artist Diamantis Diamantopoulos, an unusual modern Greek artist who served his art while being aware of its social role. His paintings stand out due to the renunciation of traditional expressions and his presentation of the human form with a special poetical and musical quality. Philosophizing through his iconography, he supported a new, humanistic form, not just a particular body type or figure, but the archetype of a man of the new age.
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