Posebna ponuda

  • Vlado Martek
  • Braco Dimitrijević
  • Raša Todosijević
  • Mladen Stilinović
  • avant-garde covers
  • Radovan Ivšić
cijena: 8.500 kn ubaci u košaricu Herwarth Walden Der Sturm - 19. Jahrgang / 11-12. Heft
  • izdavač: Berlin
  • godina: 1929
  • izdanje: prvo/first
  • uvez: meki
  • format: 19x25 cm
  • broj stranica: 36

Vrlo rijetko u ponudi. Iznimno važno za slovensku avangardu prve polovice dvadesetog stoljeća. Der Sturm iz 1929. godine sa dva slovenska autora. Ivan Čargo (1898-1958), slikar, ilustrator i scenograf. Sudjelovao u pokretanju revije Tank. Na početku slikao u duhu impresionizma, poslije školovanja u Italiji naginje futurizmu i ekspresionizmu, dijelom svog rada je bio blizak i konstruktivistima te kubizmu. Avgust Černigoj - autoportret iz 1928. godine, te još jedan rad iz tog vremena. Ovi radovi nisu bili prezentirani u posebnom broju Der Sturma: Junge Slovenische Kunst iz 1929. godine.

Der Sturm - 19. Jahrgang / Februar-Marz 1929. Berlin. Monatsschrift/mjesečnik. Herausgeber Herwarth Walden. Naslovnica Kandinsky. Ein Linoleumschnitt Ivan Čargo. Ein Linoleumschnitt Avgust Černigoj. Selbstportrat Avgust Černigoj. Zwei Tanzstudien von Palucca- Zwai graphische Tanzstudien von Kandinsky. Ausdrucksalphabet von Karl Vogt. Auf: Herwarth Walden. Nachtlied Rudolf Meissner. Dramatische Situationen Walter Seidl. Francois Villon - Carl Brinitzer. Raumsturz des Sprechens Karl Vogt.

Stanje - vrlo dobro. Naslovnica malo odvojena u donjem dijelu - cca 3cm. Manja mrlja na naslovnici.

Avgust  Černigoj (Trieste, 1898 - Sežana, 1985) studied at the Art and Crafts School in Trieste. After briefly studying in Munich and then enrolling at the Bauhaus in Weimar, where his professors were Vasily Kandinsky and László Moholy - Nagy, he returned to Ljubljana. In 1924 Černigoj organized his first constructivist exhibition at the Technical School in Ljubljana. After the exhibition he discarded all his works, since for him art was only a means of transmitting ideas. During that same year Černigoj established Ljubljana's School of Architecture. In 1925, as a political exile, he went to Trieste. Together with painter G.Carmelich and poet  E. Dolfi, Čarnigoj founded a private school and constructivist group. Černigoj is the most important representative of the Slovenian avant-garde and the founder of Slovenian constructivism. He was a painter, graphic artist, mise-en-scène and costume designer. Černigoj also collaborated with Ferdinand Ferdo Delak on the magazine Tank - izvor: Avantgarde Museum, Zagreb