Marcelin Pleynet

Marcelin Pleynet (born in Lyon, France in 1933) is a poet and art critic. Writer, essayist, poet, he was Managing Editor of the influential magazine Tel Quel from 1962 to 1982, and co-edits the journal L'Infini (Gallimard) with Philippe Sollers. He was Professor of Aesthetics at the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris from 1987 to 1998. He has published numerous monographs on 20th-century art, notably Situation de l’art moderne: Paris-New York (in association with William Rubin), Henri Matisse, Robert Motherwell: La vérité en peinture, Les Modernes et la tradition, Les États-Units de la peinture and L’art abstrait. He has also published books of poetry and the novel Prise d’otage, and an edition of Giorgione et les deux Vénus.

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Marcelin Pleynet - Bibliography - Novels
... La vie à deux ou à trois, Gallimard, 1992 Authority control VIAF 51694515 Persondata Name Pleynet, Marcelin Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1933 Place of birth Date of death ...
Tel Quel
... Jean-Edern Hallier, Jean-René Huguenin, Jean Ricardou, Jean Thibaudeau, Michel Deguy, Marcelin Pleynet, Denis Roche, Jean-Louis Baudry, Jean-Pierre ... Faye, Julia Kristeva, Bernard-Henri Lévy, Marcelin Pleynet, Maurice Roche, Philippe Sollers, Tzvetan Todorov, Francis Ponge, Umberto Eco, Gérard Genette ... In 1974 the editorial members Philippe Sollers, Marcelin Pleynet, François Wahl, Roland Barthes and Julia Kristeva visited China ...