Trois carrés rouges sur fond noir

Trois carrés rouges sur fond noir

Tonino Benacquista / Nov 25, 2020

Trois carr s rouges sur fond noir Vous savez on peut m ler l histoire de la criminalit celle de la peinture Au d but on peignait comme on tue main tue L art brut on pourrait dire L instinct avant la technique Ensuite est intervenu

  • Title: Trois carrés rouges sur fond noir
  • Author: Tonino Benacquista
  • ISBN: 9782070407989
  • Page: 158
  • Format: Paperback
  • Vous savez, on peut m ler l histoire de la criminalit celle de la peinture Au d but, on peignait comme on tue, main tue L art brut, on pourrait dire L instinct avant la technique Ensuite est intervenu l outil, le b ton, le pinceau Un beau jour, on s est mis peindre au couteau Regardez le travail d un Jack l ventreur Et puis on a invent le pistolet P Vous savez, on peut m ler l histoire de la criminalit celle de la peinture Au d but, on peignait comme on tue, main tue L art brut, on pourrait dire L instinct avant la technique Ensuite est intervenu l outil, le b ton, le pinceau Un beau jour, on s est mis peindre au couteau Regardez le travail d un Jack l ventreur Et puis on a invent le pistolet Peindre au pistolet apportait quelque chose de d finitif et radical Et maintenant, l re terroriste, on peint la bombe, dans la ville, dans le m tro Le graffiti anonyme qui saute au coin de la rue

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    1. Un noir decentePiuttosto originale questo noir parigino, per come è strutturato (senza eroi, senza detective se non in ruolo alquanto defilato, senza femme fatale, senza sparatorie) per la verosimiglianza dei personaggi e per gli ambienti abbastanza inconsueti (gallerie d’arte e sale da biliardo). Termina un po’ in calando, proprio quando comincia a fare concessioni ai cliché del genere, ma per buona parte del suo breve (meno di 200 pagine) percorso si mantiene interessante e senza che il [...]



    2. Complex and abstruse. You need real determination to follow it.As an Englishman one relies on the translator; assuming she is faithful, it shows Benacquista has a habit of assuming you're following him. He introduces new ideas assumptively, if you don't follow you lose; indeed it's a good idea to be ready for this because he isn't going to backtrack and update you You can imagine him saying "keep up man!"Even the fact that a search is going on, that there is any element of revenge isn't somethin [...]


    3. Although I found the main character a bit foreign to me, for the most part I enjoyed this book. His decisions and life are not related to me, but they were suited to who he was as the writer intended. I was thoroughly surprised by the events early in the book that led the direction of the rest of the novel, and the rest of the book kept up a fairly lively energy. I think the pace could have been a bit more even, and the ending was a bit farcical, but the writing/translation were solid.I have bee [...]


    4. Query from Pale House re hit me at the perfect moment; I've just finished a good book by French mystery author Tonino Benacquista, "Framed", 2006, trade paper, about the modern art world in Paris. Clever, stylish, concise, and very satisfying! Judging by cover comments, the author has acquired a rep for "black comedy" with violence, but I found this book much more than that; I admire the writer's close observation, deftly done without stuffing pages and story with unwanted detail, and the speed [...]


    5. PROTAGONIST: Antoine AndrieuxSETTING: ParisSERIES: #3 of 4 (1st translated into English) RATING: 3.5WHY: A picture hanger by day, Antoine Andrieux dedicates himself to his true passion, billiards, at night. His hopes of achieving master status are dashed when his right hand is amputated during a theft from the art gallery. His search for the perpetrator leads him to the past and a group of rebellious artists. The plot meandered a bit while he explored the fate of these artist. In a nice twist, A [...]


    6. Ещё один отличный роман от Бенаквисты.Интрига чуть более прозрачная, как оказалось, нежели в других его вещах, но основная ценность не в этом.Замечательное описание внутреннего мира главного героя, да и людей вокруг него.Современное искусство, правда, похоже, не сильно "вдо [...]


    7. The blurb on the back of the book badges this as a black comedy but I did not find any humour in it at all. There are some sly digs at modern art but the story did not quite make sense to me. I have another one of the author's books to read next so I wonder what I will make of that one.


    8. Un vol, un assaut, une mutilation, un mystère, une intrigue dans le mileu de la peinture moderne qui débute bien mais qui se perd au fil du temps dans une enquête digne des "Cahiers de l'Art". Prometteur donc mais baclé, avec une fin au lyrisme caricatural.


    9. Ok but not the dark savage satire of the modern art world. Not funny either so all in all either the author is just not that good or the translator slaughtered it. I suspect the former.



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