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Kandinsky'nin "Klänge (Sesler)" İsimli Eseri

Modern sanat tarihindeki diğer önemli olaylar hakkında daha detaylı bilgi edinmek istiyorsanız, Modern Art, 1880-1945 veya Pigment to Pixel: Color in Modern and Contemporary Art isimli online dersimize (İngilizce) kayıt olmanızı öneririz. Orijinal video Modern Sanat Müzesi (MoMA) tarafından hazırlanmıştır.

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this beautiful book is titled clinger or sounds it's by Vasily Kandinsky who was a very important painter he also made a number of illustrated books in the early 1910s was published in 1913 but he actually created the 56 woodcuts that illustrate the book between 1907 and 1912 some are black and white some are in beautiful jewel-like color some of the images are representational they seem to illustrate a scene the motif of the rider on horseback runs through this book here we have a much more abstract image of three riders Kandinsky wrote the poems for this book and they have a very musical sonorous oh no mutter Pia quality the title is varoom the text is in German it means why varoom keine is her ski Coleman Kiner Kiner Einar nein Kandinsky also designed the book the typeface the page size and the binding and so for him it was really a total work of art it was a very influential book it became a touchstone for a whole generation there were artists that were part of the Dada movement in Switzerland and artists were part of the Russian avant-garde in Russia who would actually recite his poems at their gatherings Kandinsky's best known as a painter but during these early years of his career he was very involved with the woodcut technique and he talked about how important it was for him in simplifying his art his style because woodcut is a very flat technique and it has broad areas of four and in that process his imagery got increasingly abstract and so it was the woodcut technique that actually helped him develop as an abstract artist