Charlotte: A Diary in Pictures

Charlotte A Diary in Pictures None

  • Title: Charlotte: A Diary in Pictures
  • Author: Charlotte Salomon Paul Tillich Emil Straus
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. Re-read in conjunction with my reading of Charlotte: A Novel, by David Foenkinos. I've also ordered Salomon's Life? or Theatre? to read soon 9/11/17I feel like this is a book I want everyone to read. I felt initially like I sort of re-discovered her, because only 1 person in all of the 20 million + subscribers (okay, maybe there a million actual readers?) even rated the book. But in 1999 a second book of Charlotte Salomon's autobiographical artwork (a memoir in paintings) came out, I saw that a [...]

    2. I'm not sure who this book was really geared at. It had the feel of a children's illustrated book yet the content did not seem aimed at that audience. In any case, it resulted in a detached reading for me. As horrific as the holocaust is, I didn't find myself caring for Charlotte.There's times when I'm drawn to artwork that's not conventionally "beautiful" to look at and times when the artwork could be beautiful but it doesn't necessarily touch me other than visually. The artwork in here did not [...]

    3. This is a book that transcends borders. Some call Salomon the mother of the graphic novel. Others compare her work to Jewish painters of Montparnasse--Chagall and ModigilaniMicheal Kimmelman in his review of the "Life? Or Theater?" exhibit in 2000 at the Jewish Museum in NY talks of art, music, film, and stylistic range and evolution:"I mentioned film. Images vary among close-ups, flashbacks, long shots and montage. As for artistic style, the names that always come up when critics write about Sa [...]

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