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Author: Dora Vallier
Publisher: New York, Orion Press, 1970.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dora Vallier
ISBN: 0670101176 9780670101177
OCLC Number: 139803
Description: viii, 342 pages illustrations (some color), portraits 22 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Have there been abstract forms in the past? --
Abstract art and aesthetics --
Abstract art as a phenomenon --
Abstract art and the subconcious --
Abstraction and the renewal of the techniques of paitning --
The margin of abstract art --
Dada and abstraction --
i. The origins of abstract art and its expansion --
Vassily Kandinsky --
"Concerning the spiritual in art" --
"Point line surface" --
Piet Mondrian --
Mondrian's life --
Mondrian and theosophy --
Mondrian's painting --
Neo-plasticism or the new image of the world --
Casimir Malevich --
"The world without object" --
Sculpture --
Vladimir Tatlin --
Constructivism --
Pevsner and Gabo --
Funcational constructivism --
De Stijl --
The Bauhaus --
2. Abstract art of the thirties --
Painting --
Robert Delaunay --
Sculpture --
3. Abstract art after 1945 --
Sculpture --
Painting --
Abstract painting and the value "time" --
Action painting --
The informal --
The margin of abstract art --
4. Conclusion --
The philosophy of abstract art --
Abstract art and the findings of science --
This side of abstract art and beyond it --
Abstract art and communication --
Dead end of critical language and deepening of abstraction --
Art as opposed to science --
Comparative chronology.
Other Titles: Art abstrait.
Responsibility: Translated from the French by Jonathan Griffin.

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