Les Monomanes de Géricault : une vie infâme dans l’histoire de l’art

Abstract

At the crossroads of art history and psychiatry, theories of the portrait and theories of the symptom, history of the gaze and that of scientific objectification, Géricault's Monomanes do turn into a "legend". Such a legend escapes us and periodically reappears at the limit between the various discourses that these "portraits of the insane" generate, illustrate and justify. I may try to put in perspective their modes of existence in terms of the Archaeology of knowledge inherited from Michel Foucault

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