Moholy Album

Author: Jeannine Fiedler
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Dieses Buch ist eine Weltpremiere: Hattula Moholy-Nagy, die Tochter des Künstlers und Bauhausmeisters László Moholy-Nagy, hat für diese Publikation ihr Foto-Archiv geöffnet und zum ersten Mal ist Moholy-Nagys Album von Fotokontakten zu sehen. Es entstand zwischen 1925 und 1937, zwischen Weimar und der Emigration in die USA. Moholys Fotogramme und Fotografien gehören zu den bedeutendsten Arbeiten der Kunst des 20. Jahrhunderts und sind Ikonen der von ihm maßgebliche geprägten Bewegung des Neuen Sehens ? einer spektakulär neuen Art auf die Welt zu blicken und sie mit Fotoapparaten aus den Angeln zu heben. 00Mit mehr als 1 000 Fotografien und Illustrationen ermöglicht dieses Buch eine ganz neue Sicht auf den Fotografen Moholy-Nagy. Auf der Grundlage neu erschlossener Archivquellen und des bislang unbekannten Bilderfundus werden unterschiedlichste Aspekte seiner fotografischen Tätigkeiten erschlossen: Moholys Reisen durch Europa; seine Tätigkeit als Vortragsreisender und Vermarkter der eigenen Arbeit; das Zusammenspiel von Film und Fotografie vor dem Hintergrund wiederentdeckten Filmmaterials. 0.

L Szl Moholy Nagy

Author: László Moholy-Nagy
Editor: University Gallery/University of Delaware
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Standing In The Tempest

Author: Steven A. Mansbach
Editor: Mit Press
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With the publication of this stunningly illustrated account of the Hungarian avant-garde movement, an important missing link in early modern art can now be fully recognized. To such well-known names in the west as LAizslA³ Moholy-Nagy and Andor Weininger can now be added the contributions of Lajos KassAik, SAindor Bortnyik, BAla Uitz, and a host of other painters whose significance has long been obscured. The nearly 200 illustrations, many in full color, together with essays by leading American and Hungarian scholars and a comprehensive bibliography and comparative chronology, make this a definitive sourcebook that opens a new chapter in twentieth-century art. During the early twentieth century, central and eastern Europe provided fertile ground for major artistic developments. Hungarian painters, in particular, responded imaginatively and vigorously to the political and social changes leading up to and following World War I by "standing in the tempest" of political activism and attempting to redefine the role of art in society. Only in the past few years has it been possible once again to examine original works of art and to assess properly these painters' vital contribution. Steven A. Mansbach is Dean and Director of the American Academy for the Humanitites at the Central European Institute in Berlin. The Essays: The Avant-Garde: Marching in the Van of Progress, Richard V. West. Introduction, S. A. Mansbach. Hungary: A Brief Political and Cultural History, IstvAin DeAik Revolutionary Engagements: The Hungarian Avant-Garde, S. A. Mansbach. Color, Light, Form, and Structure: New Experiments in Hungarian Painting, 1890-1930, JAlia SzabA³, Hungarian Activism and the Russian Avant-Garde, John E. Bowlt. The Avant Garde in Hungary and Eastern Europe, Krisztina Passuth. Chronology, and bibliography, Oliver A. I. Botar.

Transparencies Yet To Come

Author: Detlef Mertins
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Communicate

Author: David Crowley
Editor: Laurence King Publishing
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In the last four decades British graphic design has established itself as a powerful and significant force, expressing itself within the music and publishing industries, through brand identities, new media and all other forms of visual communication in the contemporary world. Communicate: Independent British Graphic Design since the Sixties, which accompanies the Barbican exhibition of the same title, presents an authoritative overview of the design work produced in this period, tracing how and why British graphic design has developed in the way it has Over 60 internationally renowned designers working today are featured, including Derek Birdsall, Mark Farrow, Neville Brody, Peter Saville, Why Not Associates and The Designers Republic. Rare and classic pieces from the 1960s by influential designers such as Barney Bubbles, Herbert Spencer and Michael English are also featured. The book is divided into sections covering Publishing, Identity, the Arts, Music, Politics and Society and Self-initiated Work, with essays by John O'Reilly, David Crowley and Nico MacDonald. There are interviews with ten key designers, including Julian House, Ian Anderson and Margaret Calvert, and biographies

Conservation Of Scrapbooks And Albums

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The Photograph Collector

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Wicked City

Author: Nicholas Hewitt
Editor: Hurst & Company
ISBN: 1787381994
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Marseille is a thoroughly ambiguous place. France's second city and its major sea-port, its impact on the national imagination is unparalleled. Yet it is also a frontier city, arguably capital of the Mediterranean, and with a traditionally suspect allegiance to the French nation. This apartness, and the city's long and rich history as home to migrants, workers and organized criminals, has cemented its association in the popular imagination with exoticism and illicit activity. In this history, Nicholas Hewitt explores Marseille's extraordinary cultural wealth from the Revolution to the present century, charting the development of its bad reputation, its 'rogue status' within France, and its international importance. The narratives devoted to this great port city range from the legend of its football team to The Count of Monte Cristo. Hewitt discovers Marseille through the eyes of writers, painters and sculptors, film-makers, music hall stars, architects and rappers; from the viewpoints of French, German, British and American visitors; and as a celebration of its humane cosmopolitanism, often in contrast with national French sentiment. Wicked City is a vivid and complex portrait of one of the Mediterranean's great cities, going beyond the popular stereotypes to uncover the true Marseille in its full richness.

An Index To Articles On Photography

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Photography A Facet Of Modernism

Author: San Francisco. San Francisco Museum of Art
Editor: Rizzoli International Publications
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Creative Camera

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The Chatter Of The Visible

Author: Patrizia C McBride
Editor: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 0472053035
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The Chatter of the Visible examines the paradoxical narrative features of the photomontage aesthetics of artists associated with Dada, Constructivism, and the New Objectivity. While montage strategies have commonly been associated with the purposeful interruption of and challenge to narrative consistency and continuity, McBride offers an historicized reappraisal of 1920s and 1930s German photomontage work to show that its peculiar mimicry was less a rejection of narrative and more an extension or permutation of it—a means for thinking in narrative textures exceeding constraints imposed by “flat” print media (especially the novel and other literary genres). McBride’s contribution to the conversation around Weimar-era montage is in her situation of the form of the work as a discursive practice in its own right, which affords humans a new way to negotiate temporality, as a particular mode of thinking that productively relates the particular to the universal, or as a culturally specific form of cognition.

University Of California Directory Of Photographic Collections

Author: Sheryl Conkelton
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Memoir Of An Art Gallery

Author: Julien Levy
Editor: Putnam Publishing Group
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The Archive

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A New History Of Photography

Author: Michel Frizot
Editor: Konemann
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A collection of entries that help chronicle the history of photography, explaining the different techniques that have been used and defining the common terms used in the field.

The 1st Russian Show

Author: Andrei B. Nakov
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The Sublimity Of Document

Author: Scott MacDonald
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0190052120
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"The Sublimity of Document: Cinema as Diorama is a collection of in-depth, substantive interviews with filmmakers devoted to documenting places and events that most of us never get to see--often, places and events that have considerable influence on our lives. The 27 interviews offer an engaging panorama of the recent history and geography of cinema devoted to documenting the world around us, as well as an in-depth look at the challenges and accomplishments of filmmakers willing to go anywhere on the planet (or on the internet!) to document what they believe we need to see"--

Catalogues Of Sales

Author: Sotheby's (Firm)
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Stedelijk Collection Reflections

Author: Amsterdam (Netherlands). Stedelijk Museum
Editor: Nai Uitgevers Pub
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This extensive book Stedelijk Collection Reflections is published to mark the reopening of the Stedelijk Museum and features essays on the origins of its world-famous collection. Stedelijk Collection Reflections features 43 richly illustrated essays on the authoritative collection of the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. This broad and varied collection includes visual art, industrial design, photography, graphic design and applied art. In their essays, renowned Dutch and international specialists discuss specific works and significant themes in the collection in detail. Each essay offers a new perspective on significant and influential artists, designers or movements.