museums > DB KunstHalle > JACKSON POLLOCK / Art Search of Meaning

  • JACKSON POLLOCK / Kunst als Sinnsuche

author: Elizabeth L. Langhorne / titel: Jackson Pollock - Kunst als Sinnsuche / publisher: Wallerstein / 1st edition 2013 / original 2013 edition translated from American by Karsten Harries / Hardcover / half linen / dust jacket / write tape / German / 468 pages / 245 images (black and color) / 28,7x21x3,5 cm // Isbn: 9783981037678 //

text: Jackson Pollock, 1912-1956, was one of the most important American artists of the Modern / at the beginning he was affected by the naturalism of his teacher Thomas Hart Benton, the he began in the early forties itself independently with the artistic achievements of Cubism, amongst others with the works of Pablo Picasso / Cubism tried the traditional image construction and the illusory three-dimensionality of Painted aside, but a full two-dimensionality of the image space did not succeed / In this regard, Pollock was with his radical flatness of the image space groundbreaking / meaning art for the people, for the company - a special quality in all his artistic work - showed him the monumental murals of muralists, the three great Mexican artists Rivera, Orozco, Siqueiros //


incl. MwSt. excl shipping and handling

Lieferzeit: 3-4 tage

Loading Updating cart...