False Colors: Art, Design, and Modern Camouflage (review)

@article{Paulk2003FalseCA,
  title={False Colors: Art, Design, and Modern Camouflage (review)},
  author={Ann Bronwyn Paulk},
  journal={Modernism/modernity},
  year={2003},
  volume={10},
  pages={402 - 404}
}
  • A. Paulk
  • Published 16 May 2003
  • Art
  • Modernism/modernity
402 reconstructions of fossil skeletons at South Kensington, and asserting as a kind of uniquely English Surrealist objet trouvé the bones and stones he picked up whilst walking along the Norfolk coastline. This is not to suggest the volume is not ripe for pickings from the perspective of classical modernism. After all, at moments Moore is happy to acknowledge Paris as “the absolute centre of the art world” (154), and to describe his meetings there with Picasso and Giacometti as “far more…