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El Lissitzky, life, letters, texts
|Statement||Sophie Lissitzky-Küppers ; introduction by Herbert Read.|
|Contributions||Lissitzky-Küppers, Sophie, 1891-|
|LC Classifications||N6999.L5 A2 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||410 p. :|
|Number of Pages||410|
|LC Control Number||79083561|
He also added pools of saturated color over black strokes. The text was rolled like a scroll and boxed like a mezuzah. This work represents the first modern Jewish art book, fusing Hebrew scribal tradition with modernist stylized archaizing figure and line. In , El Lissitzky took part in the first exhibition of Jewish artists held in Moscow. El Lissitzky was a Russian avant-garde artist and polemicist who utilized art in order to initiate various social and political changes. Even though his work was often abstract, El Lissitzky’s was addressing the political situation in Russia and the nascent Soviet Union. Following his mentor Kazimir Malevich in the movement of Suprematism, Lissitzky used colors and simple geometric shapes to.
El Lissitzky () was an artist, designer, photographer, typographer, polemicist and architect. He was an important figure of the Russian avant-garde, helping develop suprematism with his mentor, Kazimir Malevich, and designing numerous exhibition displays and propaganda works for the Soviet work greatly influenced the Bauhaus and constructivist movements, and he experimented. - Lazar Markovich Lissitzky, better known as El Lissitzky, was a Russian artist, designer, photographer, typographer, polemicist and architect. See more ideas about Constructivism, Russian constructivism, Russian artists pins.
She later wrote El Lissitzky: Life, Letters, Texts (). Before moving to the Soviet Union she loaned some thirteen works, including a Paul Klee painting, Swamp Legend, to the Provinzial Museum in Hanover. In the Nazis seized the loaned works from the museum as part of their " degenerate art . 26 See in particular Lissitzky’s letters to J. J. P. Oud of Ma , and J , in Sophie Lissitzky-Küppers and Jen Lissitzky, eds., El Lissitzky: Proun und Wolkenbügel; Schriften, Briefe, Dokumente (Dresden: VEB Verlag der Kunst, ), – Lissitzky’s open letter to Malevich, which discusses the “inflation” of.
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This collection contains letters, manifestos, photomontage posters, book illustrations, and of course wartime propaganda (Give us more tanks!) Didn't really care for h A link between Letters Dada in the 20s and 30s and Soviet idealist art, El Lissitzky was a fine example of revolutionary modernist aesthetic working in Constructivism and /5.
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El Lissitzky, life, letters, texts by El Lissitzky,Thames & Hudson edition, in EnglishPages: An important study of the work of Russian suprematist El Lissitzky, compiled by his widow. The book contains a biography, largely drawn from his letters, illustrations of his work as a painter, illustrator, typographer, designer, photographer and architect, and an anthology of his own writings and accounts by his contemporaries and critics.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lissitzky, El, Lissitzky: life, life, texts. London, Thames & Hudson, (OCoLC) El Lissitzky: Life, Letters, Texts by Sophie Lissitzky-Kuppers and H.
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El Lissitzky: Life, Letters, Texts. £ Description. Revised & Updated Edition. (ISBN: ) 4to. xmm. Original cloth, d/w. Book by El Lissitzky’s wife. Includes large biographical sections + illustrations on plates including in colour. Printed on several different stocks of paper.
It was first published in German in Europa-Almanach, (Carl Einstein and Paul Westheim, Kiepenheuer Verlag, Potsdam,p) and was reprinted in This English translation was published in the book El Lissitzky. Life – Letters – Texts, Lissitzky-Küppers, Thames & Hudson, London, (out of print).
El Lissitzky: life, letters, texts / Sophie Lissitzky-Küppers ; introduction by Herbert Read ; [translated from the German by Helene Aldwinckle and Mary Whittall ]. uniform title El Lissitzky: Maler, Architekt, Typograf, Fotograf.
Author of El Lissitzky, El Lissitzky,Lissitzky, Russland, Die Kunstismen, AVANT-GARDE GRAPHICS, FROM THE MERRILL C. BERMAN COLLECTION; ED. El Lissitzky was born Eleazar Markovich Lisitskii, in the town of Pochinok, a small, heavily Jewish-populated community in the western region of the former Russian Empire.
Lissitzky spent much of his childhood in the town of Vitebsk (also Marc Chagall's hometown), followed by a ten-year stay with his grandparents in Smolensk, near the present. This English translation was published in the book El Lissitzky.
Life – Letters – Texts, Lissitzky-Küppers, Thames & Hudson, London, (out of print). In the period between anda lot of old rubbish was destroyed. In Russia we also dragged A.
 off its sacred throne ‘and spat on its altar’ (Malevich ). Europe, especially Holland, France, and Switzerland. Such was it that El Lissitzky, bound to the same set of conditions, joined the circle that met togeth - er at relatively short intervals, here and there—permanently, one could almost say.
To this group belonged:. Early years. Lissitzky was born on Novem in Pochinok, a small Jewish community 50 kilometres (31 mi) southeast of Smolensk, former Russian his childhood, he lived and studied in the city of Vitebsk, now part of Belarus, and later spent 10 years in Smolensk living with his grandparents and attending the Smolensk Grammar School, spending summer vacations in Vitebsk.
America. Understanding El Lissitzky presupposes a study of evident and hidden traces from his previous stages of Schirften, ed. Sophie Lissitzky-Kuppers (Dresden, ). I will use both the original German text of this book and its English translation: El Lissitzky: Life, Letters, Texts, ed.
Sophie Lissitzky-Kuppers (London, ).5. Written by Mayakovsky and designed by Lissitzky, this book was published in Berlin in It was recently reissued in a facsimile edition by Verlag Gebr.
K6nig, Cologne/New York, The title may be translated as For the Voice. 6. Sophie Lissitzky-Kiippers, El Lissitzky, Life, Letters, Texts, trans. Helene Aldwinckle and Mary. El Lissitzky, El Lissitzky: Life, Letters, Texts (; ) Quotes from: El Lissitzky: Life, Letters, Texts, by El Lissitzky; ed.
Sophie Lissitzky-Küppers ; Thames & Hudson, We believe that the elements in the chemical formula of our creative work, problem, invention, and art, correspond to the challenges of our age.