La Traversée du Louvre #2020

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  • Title: La Traversée du Louvre
  • Author: David Prudhomme
  • ISBN: 9782754807852
  • Page: 482
  • Format: Hardcover
  • La Traversée du Louvre By David Prudhomme David Prudhomme d ambule dans les galeries du mus e du Louvre Son regard embrasse les uvres expos es, autant de chefs d uvre propos s dans un espace ordonn et pens avec soin 35 000 uvres c toient ainsi les quelque dizaines de milliers de visiteurs journaliers Car le regard de David ne se pose pas uniquement sur les tableaux, sculptures ou objets du mus e mais aussDavid Prudhomme d ambule dans les galeries du mus e du Louvre Son regard embrasse les uvres expos es, autant de chefs d uvre propos s dans un espace ordonn et pens avec soin 35 000 uvres c toient ainsi les quelque dizaines de milliers de visiteurs journaliers Car le regard de David ne se pose pas uniquement sur les tableaux, sculptures ou objets du mus e mais aussi sur leurs spectateurs Le voil qui observe l trange ballet muet qui se tisse entre les uvres et leurs visiteurs Couple enlac devant Le radeau de la M duse, homme solitaire happ dans la contemplation du scribe accroupi ou groupes agglutin s devant la Joconde, rien n chappe au pinceau alerte de David Prudhomme, qui saisit sur le vif les attitudes des uns et des autres devant l Art Car combien de mus es, comme le Louvre, permettent autant de gens d horizons si diff rents de se retrouver dans le m me d sir de se cultiver
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    1. David Prudhomme

      Born 1969

    457 thoughts on “La Traversée du Louvre”

    1. A kind of advertisement for the Louvre they seem to have invited him or paid him, not sure, which is fine about a comics guy David Prudhomme wandering through the Louvre watching people watch art, which is the thing he likes best about art museums It s not really a narrative, except the boring one of his trying to find his partner, from who he is separated for a time For an ad, it is at least about an interesting place, where great adventures can be had as we enter into the various worlds of the [...]


    2. La travers e might initially be off putting, since preliminary conclusions lead to something like it s an ad for The Louvre which commences with no plot whatsoever other than some strange, rambling man toodling around the halls on his cell phone Closer reading reveals that, although it is indeed a textually sparse ad for The Louvre, there is a deeper story going on, one where the audience becomes the art, and where observing the audience becoming art becomes art, and The Louvre is examined as a [...]


    3. Perfect for art teachers The dialogue is a little abstract and at times forced in order to form a narrative but the images are creative and require reflection they are observations of visitors and how they interact with art in the museum, from selfies to contrived poses to random mirror images and similarities Quite clever at times The facts appended about the Louvre are fascinating.


    4. This was enjoyable, but decidedly on the light and inconsequential side The title pretty much sums up the book A man spends the entire book wandering through the Louvre trying to find Jeanne, who is either his girlfriend or wife or at least a woman of some significance in his life Throughout his meanderings, we get glimpses of the different ways in which people behave in art museums Prudhomme has a nice eye for human behavior I ve never been to the Louvre itself, but I ve been to a few museums i [...]


    5. En ole k ynyt kuin Louvren ulkopuolella, mutta t llaista suurinpiirtein olen kuvitellut museossa olevan Itsens kadottamista ihmisten ja taiteen keskell Piirrostyyli en j lleen kerran voi kuin ihastella Kuvissa piirt j n museok vij n Katse nostaa esiin yksityiskohtia, joihin uppoutuu


    6. L id e est fort int ressante, le rendu originale mais je n aime pas le graphisme de l auteur donc je reste mitig e.


    7. This graphic book was very interesting It is exactly as the title describes, David Prudhomme depicts a character wandering through the Louvre Museum in Paris The art which consisted of pencil color pencil drawings were quite beautiful in my opinion The paintings themselves did resemble the original famous works, such as the Mona Lisa and Rembrandt and Eugene Delacroix s La Liberte guidant le peuple I liked the book itself, though I was a bit confused as to what happened to Jeanne, the character [...]




    8. Hundreds of Character Sketches As We Look at People Looking at Art, With JokesThe Louvre has copublished at least a half dozen graphic novels that feature the Louvre as interpreted by different independent artists The ones I ve read range from pretty awful, DeCrecy s Glacial Period is a rework of Planet of the Apes with the ice covered Louvre subbing in for the Statue of Liberty , to mildly charming, in Durieux s An Enchantment a vaguely bored retiring museum director wanders the Louvre pursuing [...]


    9. A most inventive and enjoyable amble through the Lourve, looking at all the guests in the context of the art on the walls and floors Prudhomme is so skilled with capturing the distinctiveness and even quirkiness of the visitors, while framing them in front of art that somehow crosses over and gives an added meaning to the visitors It is also a captivating device to have the visitors passing in front of world famous art, when the visitors themselves are the focus for our attention The storyline o [...]


    10. There is relatively no plot to this comic, and what there is, tends to detract, rather than add to the book What makes this book so interesting is the art I loved the parallels between the museum visitors and the artworks they viewed, unconsciously mimicking or taking part in the greater piece The viewers themselves become works of art, contorting and interacting with the pieces, only to be viewed by other artworks The beautiful thing is that if you ve visited any sort of museum, you ve likely s [...]


    11. This is a surprising little graphic book, seemingly simplistic, a walk through the Louvre In reality, it s full of philosophy and depth of character in the study of those walking through the museum and studying the artor not We are certainly a world addicted to our phones, even in the company of Rembrandt I don t understand every page, but the author made some easy to comprehend And even if I don t always get his point, I could spend much time studying all the people Great book


    12. The art itself is the true highlight of this book The writing helps the sketches move through the museum but isn t especially noteworthy musings than anything the art however has some absolutely brilliant moments and interplay between museum pieces and visitors A feast for the eyes and mind.


    13. A wonderful graphic metafictional stroll through the Louvre where, instead of looking at the world famous art, Prudhomme observes people s interactions with it An inventive, irreverent contemplation about appreciating art, creating art, order, and randomness.


    14. Very light story, but beautiful collection of work about wandering the Louvre In the very large pages, you can actually feel the movement and physical nature of the historic landmark.





    15. Having just been here several weeks ago, I can attest that get really gets the vastness of the Louvre, and how easy it is to get lost physically and mentally inside it.


    16. Beautiful art, but not a lot of substance It s both surreal, but also a straight forward exercise in people watching Worth a look, but I am glad I borrowed it from the library.




    17. The storyline was very simple but the illustrations were incredible I was most struck by the pencil detail This one is definitely on my to visit list.


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