National Portrait Gallery, 10 July – 26 Oct 2014

juin 25th, 2014 Posted in WOOLF AUTREMENT: sur scène et dans les médias | Commentaires fermés

Curated by biographer and art historian Frances Spalding, the exhibition includes distinctive portraits of Woolf by her Bloomsbury Group contemporaries Vanessa Bell and Roger Fry and photographs by Beresford and Man Ray, as well as intimate images recording her time spent with friends and family. Woolf’s early life and literary achievements, alongside lesser known aspects of her time in London and political views, are brought into focus through in-depth research and a remarkable array of personal objects including letters, diaries and books.

A programme of special events including talks, tours and workshops complements the exhibition.

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Biography / Photography

juin 25th, 2014 Posted in - Publications | Commentaires fermés

Frances SPALDING, Virginia Woolf: Art, Life and Vision

Pub July 2014, 192 pages, ISBN: 978 1 8551 4481 1

This revealing, highly illustrated biography of Virginia Woolf (1882–1941) by a leading authority on the Bloomsbury Group accompanies a major exhibition of portraits of the world-renowned British novelist, essayist, biographer and critic and her circle at the National Portrait Gallery, London.

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Virginia Woolf en Quarto

juin 17th, 2014 Posted in - Publications | Commentaires fermés

Virginia Woolf, Romans, essai, Collection Quarto, Gallimard.

Parution : 25-04-2014

1376 pages, 72 ill., sous couverture illustrée, 140 x 205 mm

ISBN : 9782070144983

Ce volume contient :
Romans : Mrs. Dalloway – Vers le Phare – Orlando – Les Vagues – Les Années.
Articles : «Jane Eyre et Les Hauts de Hurlevent» – «Jane Austen» – «Romancières» – «Le statut intellectuel des femmes» – «Katherine Mansfield, un esprit terriblement sensible» – «Les femmes et le temps libre».
Essais : Une chambre à soi – Trois guinées.
Extraits du Journal 1915-1941.
Trad. de l’anglais par Jacques Aubert, Michel Cusin, Sylvie Durastanti, Viviane Forrester, Clara Malraux, Marie-Claire Pasquier, Françoise Pellan et André Topia.