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Nogacki, Edmond

Overview
Works: 37 works in 70 publications in 1 language and 464 library holdings
Genres: Criticism, interpretation, etc  Illustrated works  Conference papers and proceedings  Exhibition catalogs 
Roles: Author, Editor, Publishing director, Thesis advisor, 958, Opponent, 956, Creator
Classifications: PQ2605.H3345, 700
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Most widely held works by Edmond Nogacki
René Char : Orion pigmenté d'infini, ou, De l'écriture à la peinture : enluminures, illustrations, poèmes-objets by Edmond Nogacki( Book )

6 editions published in 1992 in French and held by 128 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

À la rencontre ... Affinités et coups de foudre by Gabrielle Althen( )

1 edition published in 2014 in French and held by 65 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ce livre, dédié à Claude Leroy, entend rendre hommage à son activité de professeur et de chercheur, au passeur d'anecdotes curieuses attentif aux noms et aux dates, aux configurations familiales et affectives, aux rencontres capitales et à tout l'insolite de la vie humaine. Celle de Blaise Cendrars s'est peu à peu révélée dans sa complexité au fil de ses éditions critiques, de ses articles et de ses ouvrages : Claude Leroy a découvert, au-delà des images du bourlingueur, de l'homme à la main coupée, de l'amateur d'histoires et de vies dangereuses, une œuvre substantielle et vivante qui attendait sa place, parmi les toutes premières, au panthéon du xxe siècle. Bien des signataires de ce volume lui sont redevables d'être un jour partis "à la rencontre de Blaise Cendrars". Collectionneur à l'affût, le déchiffreur du cryptogramme cendrarsien est aussi un explorateur des ruelles et des Passages chers à Mandiargues, qui joint, au goût du détail recéleur d'univers, celui des rapprochements révélateurs. Dans son sillage, les contributeurs de ce volume se sont rendus en Cendrarsie, chez les passantes, explorant toutes les modalités de l'apparition de l'Autre. Avait-on songé auparavant à faire se croiser l'amour de la géographie et la géographie de l'amour? S'était-on jamais penché sur cette singulière industrie des transports amoureux? La découverte d'un mythe nouveau s'évalue à la fécondité du paradigme qu'il a mis au jour : comment aborder désormais les belles fugitives sans convoquer le mythe de la Passante, muni de la nouvelle carte du Pays de Tendre de cet Éros géographe qui hante notre littérature?
Blaise Cendrars et les arts : [actes du colloque organisé à l'université de Valenciennes]( Book )

5 editions published in 2002 in French and held by 49 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Plasticité de la poésie de René Char by Edmond Nogacki( Book )

5 editions published between 2017 and 2018 in French and held by 49 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Enluminure ? Illustration ? Il y a une vraie difficulté à désigner l'?uvre plastique qui accompagne le texte d'un poème. Char lui-même évite ces deux mots et préfère parler d'une alliance substantielle, laissant entendre qu'il n'y aurait qu'une différence de matière entre le poème et l'?uvre de l'artiste. Qu'est-ce donc que cette "plasticité" de la poésie capable de rivaliser avec la matière picturale de l'artiste sur son propre territoire ?
L'effacement des genres dans les lettres et les arts : Valenciennes, octobre 1993, colloque international by Université de Valenciennes et du Hainaut-Cambrésis( Book )

7 editions published in 1994 in French and held by 43 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Blaise Cendrars et les arts : [actes du colloque, Université de Valenciennes, 30-31 mars et 1er avril 2000]( Book )

2 editions published in 2002 in French and held by 21 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

L'énergie créatrice by Centre d'analyse du message littéraire et artistique( Book )

3 editions published in 1997 in French and held by 18 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Théâtre et arts plastiques : entre chiasmes et confluences( Book )

1 edition published in 2002 in French and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

René Char : de l'écriture à la peinture. Illustrations, enluminures, poèmes-objets by Edmond Nogacki( Book )

4 editions published between 1988 and 1989 in French and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The great number -nearly four hundred- of rene char's poetical works, illustrated, illuminated or set into atistic objects -decorated woods or engraved and painted stones- allows us to determine from the precise case of char's artistic produc- tions the parameters involved in the translation of a textual work into a plas- tic work that articulates thanks to space and visual signals messages that can be analysed and are related to the genotext of a poem. rene char thus enlarges the poetical function to other arts such as painting, sculpture, cinema, theatre and choregraphy, with or without the help of artists whom he calls his substan- tial allies. our study of scriptural-and-plastic texts will rely on a comparative analysis of the genesis of the writing, thanks to the variations, confidences, exchange of letters, internal criticisms -either structural, semantic or thema- tic- and the stages of the pictorial achievement associated to it : the prepara- tory working, the morphological, iconographical and iconological analysis of the various alternatives... the confrontation, both diachronic and synchronic, of the graphic translations brought at different times by some forty painters, with styles and tempers of their own, will define rene char's aesthetical and poetical choices and refusals. finally, char is progressively brought to the plastic crea- tion in three successive stages
Dossier L'énergie créatrice( Book )

1 edition published in 1996 in French and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Paysages croisés : [Exposition, mars 2004, Djerba, Tunis by Nicène Kossentini( Book )

2 editions published in 2004 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Raymond Queneau, artiste peintre et critique d'art : à l'épreuve d'une déterritorialisation du réel by Valérie Valembois( Book )

2 editions published between 2007 and 2008 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Raymond Queneau was not only a novelist and a poet, but also a drawer and a painter. He devoted himself to this all through his life, and created about 600 gouaches, watercolours, oil paintings...In this thesis we'll study these works of art, which were out of way for a long time ( little expositions, any study of the work, except a few articles). We'll base on about a third of his producted work. To do that we'll follow the way of Queneau's creating thought. We'll start from the fact that he joined the Surrealist's ideas, more ideologic that real-his work send back such ideas, a lot of years after his break-up with Breton-we'll carry on with the difficulties he met after this brek-up : his aesthetic (pictogrammes, painting), ethical (a metaphysical choices : redaing of René Guénon's writtings), his hesitation (mathematics, become a writer)...All the events caused a creating thought like the thought in literature ; that's why this thought will help us to analyse Queneau's paintings and drawings. Moreover, we'll study this proximity in creation between the two arts through a study of pictogrammes ( union of drawing and writing). We'll compare Queneau 's work of art with these of his contemporains (Cobra, Art brut, Primitivism...) but also with his ideas about art : criticism upon salesmen, spectators, art reviewers, some painters. We'll mainly find a real interest from Queneau for art : his expositions' prefaces, his articles upon art, his many visits of art galleries, his friendship with Miro, Dubuffet and so on...we'll see what art has brought to him , and what he has in return brought to art
Cendrars et les arts( Book )

1 edition published in 2002 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Forme, couleur et jugement esthétique : une approche par la Théorie Fonctionnelle de la Cognition by Cécilia Lazreg-Karpowicz( )

1 edition published in 1998 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The object of this work is to study the aesthetic judgment according to the N. H. Anderson's Functionnal Theory of Cognition, the question being to know if it obeys to simple algebraic rules and if it is subject to the influence of certain factors such as sex, level of expertise in art (student and professionnel) and profession (artist or other). A first experiment is proposed to 139 participants divided into 8 groups. They are inscructed to assess 48 coloured figures realized from the combinaison of 6 shapes and 8 colours. In a second experiment ; 114 new participants are invited to estimate 48 new compositions resulting from the combination of 3 shapes, 4 colours (inside the figure) and 4 differently coloured backgrounds. The last experiment is presented to 119 participants in order to determine more exactly the relation bewteen the shape and the background, from the presentation of 6 white shapes on 8 coloured backgrounds. The results show that the aesthetic judgment obeys to complex rule of non-level headed average, according to which the importance of each piece of information depends on the value of the associated information. Thus, a composition is very appreciated if the colour of the figure or of the background is considered as very pleasant, this whatever the shape of the figure is. If the colour is not appreciated, then the composition is not too. There is also an impact of the shape on the importance that the colour of the figure or of the background takes on the aesthetic judgment but this is more difficult to detect. At last, when the colour of the figure is considered as very pleasant or unpleasant, then its background does not matter. The opposite is also true. This beaviour is common to all of our participiants' groups but it is specific to the art field because no model of this kind has yet been underlined within the framework of the Functionnal Theory of Cognition in spite of its numerous fields of application
L' incertain entre ruse et indifférence ou pour un Antoine Watteau démoniaque by Edmond Nogacki( )

1 edition published in 1998 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Il y a ce que voit la veste du 15 octobre... ou la "toile au travail" by Jean-Claude Desmerges( Book )

1 edition published in 1998 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The object of this thesis is to show a certain behavior towards the work and not to explain it really, to bring up to date (in the log) the uncontrollable of the reactions of a just "welltried" painting act. i also dared to paint the impossibility of painting the whole, the nothingness, the almost nothingness, the original point from where "this" appears suddenly. so we can have a look on the concrete conditions of the production not only of one painting but of a complete series made simultaneously in one day, one night. we can think about the small paintings of the 15th of october : do they draw the portrait of a jacket or of the vision ? What are those images? Do they imitate a model? How is there an effect of the vision? And for whom? Does everything stand in the optical distance between the seen thing and the thing we can see in those paintings as optical things? Are we in a (classical) plan of projection? Is there something else, an other distance ? Distance not thought in an optical or esthetical way but which tries to change the vision: by accepting the "deceptions of my vision", i would accept the notion of mistake. The distances will be poietic. There will be no need to be in the right point of view to see. On the contrary. I will look for the "bad see", the vision from the shadows, the almost non-being of the jacket. Will the eye see or will it see itself? The auto-polemic can really start with these questions in mind (in the mind of the painter in question). in the moments of vision, when everything will become black (or white, or grey), in the very blindness of the painting, the painter (the one who doesn't know that he is a painter) will give himself an I "unpower" in the way that, to exist, he has to be separate from himself
Grand public et art contemporain, de 1945 à nos jours des mobilisations institutionnelles by Jérôme Derveaux( Book )

2 editions published between 2006 and 2007 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Depuis 1936, en France, on note des souhaits de rendre la culture accessible - culture au sens large. Il s'agit alors de définir ce que revêt ce terme que la société de consommation, aujourd'hui, confit de publicités, de dessins animés et autre design automobile. A travers un parcours historique et social qui débute à l'orée du XXème siècle, je me propose d'étudier l'évolution des courroies de transmission de l'art - de l'artiste au grand public - et ce, en me rattachant à deux grands groupes d'activités : L'institution (les politiques gouvernementales, les programmes scolaires, les musées publics ...) Les propositions alternatives (les associations de culture populaire, les comités d'entreprises, les groupes d'artistes ...). J'essaie ainsi, d'échafauder, le plus objectivement possible - et à défaut d'une solution - une réponse cohérente au sujet d'un processus qui de par sa complexité, éloigne de plus en plus le grand public de son mécanisme. En travaillant sur les rôles respectifs du " Monde du travail ", des " Institutions publiques " comme l'Ecole ou les Musées, et le " Monde de la création ", j'ai souhaité mettre en relief les quelques convergences et les multiples incompréhensions qui coopèrent à la mésentente généralisée entre émetteurs, passeurs et récepteurs. Car, en effet, en l'état actuel de mes travaux, un constat s'impose : des dispositifs de propagation de la création contemporaine existent, tous ont une raison d'être, mais aucun ne s'est affranchi de sa propre autonomie pour intégrer un réseau. Ce manque de fédération, cette absence de mutualisation sont les ferments de la parcellisation de la création contemporaine qui nuit à l'accessibilité évidente du grand public
René Char : de l'écriture à la peinture : illustration, enluminures, poèmes-objets by Edmond Nogacki( Book )

1 edition published in 1989 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Plasticité de la poésie de René Char by Edmond Nogacki( Book )

3 editions published in 2017 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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Alternative Names
Nogacki, E.

Nogacki, E. (Edmond)

Languages
French (53)