Alexander Archipenko

From Monoskop
(Redirected from Archipenko)
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Archipenko in his Paris studio, 1913.
Born May 30, 1887(1887-05-30)
Kyiv, Russian Empire (now Ukraine)
Died February 25, 1964(1964-02-25) (aged 76)
New York, United States
Collections MoMA 23, LACMA 19, Pompidou 12, Met 12, Artic 6, PhilArt 6, MA Cleveland 5, Guggenheim 3, IM Jerusalem 2, MAM 1, Guggenheim Venice 1, NRW 1, Tate 1, Stedelijk 1, SFMOMA 1, Folkwang 1, SG Stuttgart 1, KM Basel 1, NGA 1
Web Beinecke, Wikipedia

Alexander Porfyrovych Archipenko (also Olexandr, Oleksandr, Aleksandr; Олександр Порфирович Архипенко; 30 May 1887 – 25 February 1964) was a Ukrainian avant-garde artist, sculptor, painter, printmaker, and teacher.

Publications[edit]

  • Theodor Däubler, Ivan Goll, Archipenko-Album, Potsdam: G. Kiepenheuer, 1921. (German)
  • M. Holubets, Arkhypenko, Ukrainske mystetstvo, Lviv, 1922. (Ukrainian)
  • H. Hildebrandt, Alexander Archipenko, Berlin: Ukrainsk Slowo, 1923. Separate editions in English, German, French, Ukrainian, and later, Spanish.
  • M. Raynal, A. Archipenko, Rome, 1923.
  • Erich Wiese, Alexander Archipenko, Leipzig: Klinkhardt & Biermann, 1923. With 32 works and Archipenko's autobiographical note. (German)
  • R. Schacht, Alexander Archipenko, Sturm Bilderbücher, Berlin, 1924. (German)
  • S. Hordynsky, "The Art World of Archipenko", The Ukrainian Quarterly 11:3 (1955).
  • Alexander Archipenko: A Memorial Exhibition 1967-1969, Los Angeles: Ward Ritchie Press, 1967. Catalogue. With foreword by Katherine Kuh, contributions by Frances Archipenko Gray, Frederick S. Wight, and Donald H. Karshan.
  • Donald H. Karshan (ed.), Archipenko: International Visionary, Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press 1969. With contributions by S. Dillon Ripley, David W. Scott, Donald H. Karshan, Guillaume Apollianaire, Guy Habasque, Alexander Archipenko, and Frances Archipenko.
  • Donald Karshan, Archipenko: The Sculpture and Graphic Art, Tübingen: Ernst Wasmuth, 1974.
  • Katherine Jánszky Michaelsen, Archipenko: A Study of the Early Works, 1908–1920, New York, 1977.
  • Nagy Ildiko, Archipenko, Budapest: Corvina, 1980. (Hungarian)
  • Katherine Jánszky Michaelsen, Nehama Guralnik, Alexander Archipenko: A Centennial Tribute Washington: National Gallery of Art, 1986. Catalogue.
  • L.I. Maslovska (ed.), Oleksandr Arkhypenko: Albom, Kyiv, 1989. (Ukrainian)
  • A. Barth, Alexander Archipenkos plastisches Oeuvre, 2 Volumes, Frankfurt/New York, 1997.
  • Paul Paret, "Archipenko's Failure: Sculpture and criticism in post-World War I Berlin", in Russian Berlin in the 1920s, Leeds: Henry Moore Institute, 2000, pp 7-15.
  • Marek Bartelik, Refashioning the Figure: The Sketchbooks of Archipenko c.1920, Leeds: Henry Moore Institute, 2003, 12 pp.
  • Deborah Goldberg, Alexandra Keiser (eds.), Alexander Archipenko Revisited: An International Perspective. Proceedings of the Archipenko Symposium, Cooper Union, New York City, September 17, 2005, Bearsville, New York: The Archipenko Foundation, 2008. With contributions by Marek Bartelik, Deborah Goldberg, Alexandra Keiser, Marguerite Tuijn and Maria Elena Versari. Preface by Frances Archipenko Gray.
  • Jaroslaw Leshko, Alexander Archipenko: Vision and Continuity, New York and Kyiv: The Ukrainian Museum & Rodovid Press, 2005. Catalogue. (English)/(Ukrainian)
  • Alexandra Keiser, "Creative Spirit: Alexander Archipenko's Contribution", The Tretyakov Gallery Magazine 2 (2006). (English)/(Russian)
  • Ralph Melcher (ed.), Alexander Archipenko, Saabrücken: Saarland Museum, 2008. With contributions by Kathrin Elvers-Svamberk, Alexandra Keiser, Mona Stocker, Karen Straub, Ute Dietzen-Seitz and Brigitte Schröder. Catalogue. (German)
  • Alexander Archipenko: Skulpturen / Sculptures, Munich: Galerie Thomas, 2009, 87 pp. (English)/(German)
  • Archipenko. A Modern Legacy, Washington, DC: International Arts & Artists, undated, 8 pp.
  • Alexandra Keiser, "Photographic reproductions of sculpture: Archipenko and cultural exchange", n.d.

See also[edit]

Links[edit]