"I will never give explanations. Now you are completely alone with our secrets." With this attitude, Guy Debord, the protagonist of the Situationist International, has hitherto prevented a close examination of this grouping. She therefore remained as unknown as notorious. Roberto Ohrt presents for the first time a critical chronology of the Situationist International and its time, a pointed history of modern art since 1945 in the fields of painting, literature, film, architecture, action. The author traces the links to late Surrealism, Lettrism, Cobra, the Nouveaux Réalistes and Pop Art.
Constant's work appears on page 102, 103, 111, 119, 120, 121, 122, 124, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 149, 213, II, III
|Work||Page||Number||Catalogue nr||Year work||Year publication|
|Fête de Situationiste, 1959||Photo||1959|
|Pinot Gallizio, Asger Jorn and Constant in Munich, 1959||Photo||1959|
|Pinot Gallizio with the gypsies in Alba, 1956||Photo||1956|
|Walter Olmo, Piero Simondo, Guy Debord, Pinot Gallizio and Constant, Alba, 1956||Photo||1956|
|Installation of the Cobra exhibition: Aldo van Eyck with L'Animal Sorcier, 1949||Photo||1949|