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Martin Hammer and Christina Lodder (ed., Gabo on Gabo: Texts and Interviews, Forrest Row: Artists. This paper was written as a short discussion document for the Inherent Vice: The Replica and its Implications. Bookworks, 2000, . 09. 11 Constructing Modernity, . 65. in Modern Sculpture Workshop, held at Tate Modern, 18–19 October 2007, and supported by The Andrew W.
Martin Hammer and Christina Lodder ex Naum Gabo (1890-1977) .
Martin Hammer and Christina Lodder ex Naum Gabo (1890-1977), whose eventful life took him from his native Russia to Berlin, Paris, London, and finally the United States, achieved renown as one of the most inventive and controversial figures in twentieth-century sculpture. Drawing on Gabo's extensive and largely unpublished archives of letters, diaries, notebooks, models, and sketchbooks, Hammer and Lodder discuss the sculptor's work in the context of his relations with other avant-garde artists, architects, and critics, including his brother Antoine Pevsner.
In their outstanding book on Gabo’s life and work, Martin Hammer and Christina Lodder observe: The most striking quality of the sculpture is its apparent denial of gravity and structural support. As the title implies, the entire construction is balanced on just two points at its base, to either side of the central vertical axis.
This chapter presents László Moholy-Nagy, Naum Gabo, and Henri Bergson as three key influences of the . Gabo on Gabo; texts and interviews. Elizabeth Kridl Valkenier.
This chapter presents László Moholy-Nagy, Naum Gabo, and Henri Bergson as three key influences of the roles and functions of movement and time in kinetic art history today. It begins by highlighting Henri Bergson’s concept of duration as the perception of the present as it unfolds, and the memory of the past affecting the experience of the present. The writings of Marcel Duchamp. Time and Free Will: An Essay of The Immediate Data of The Consciousness.
Find nearly any book by Martin Hammer. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Martin Hammer, Christina Lodder. ISBN 9781900081252 (978-1-900081-25-2) Softcover, Centre for the Study of Sculpture, 1995. Find signed collectible books: 'Gabo's Stones'.
As the title indicates, Gabo on Gabo is an antholog. hich directly address the development of his art and his aesthetic ideology.
295 pp, 25 mono illus. As the title indicates, Gabo on Gabo is an antholog.
Martin Hammer and Christina Lodder explore in detail the evolution of the artist's work and his aesthetic concerns, creative processes, assimilation of such new materials as plastic, and approach to public sculpture. The authors also examine his response to the scientific and political revolutions of his age and trace the origins and development of Gabo's utopian conviction that Constructivist art was profoundly in tune with modernity, social progress, and advances in science and technology.
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