2011: [Print ] Online] Günter Berghaus

ISBN: 9783110237788

Published: November 30th 2011

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2011: [Print ] Online]  by  Günter Berghaus

2011: [Print ] Online] by Günter Berghaus
November 30th 2011 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 0 pages | ISBN: 9783110237788 | 5.28 Mb

Futurism in Eastern and Central Europe In the pasttwenty years, there has been a remarkable upsurge of interest in Futurism in most countries formerly situated east of the Iron Curtain. Although Russian Futurism was always well-known, theMoreFuturism in Eastern and Central Europe In the pasttwenty years, there has been a remarkable upsurge of interest in Futurism in most countries formerly situated east of the Iron Curtain. Although Russian Futurism was always well-known, the multifaceted extensions of Futurism in other Eastern countries were not much reported on in Italy and nearly forgotten after 1945.

However, since 1989, a wealth of original material has been rediscovered, both in the literary and the artistic field. In this volume, sixteen experts present a wide spectrum of new findings on artists who operated within the shifting coordinates of the international avant-garde and contributed to the often osmotic relations between Futurism, Dada and Constructivism.

The essays include a discussion of the multi-national character of Futurism in Central and Eastern Europe and the colonialist absorption of avant-garde practices in the Soviet Union- the Berlin directorate of the Futurist movement and its modes of operation in the international avant-garde scene of the 1920s- the infiltration of Futurism in the typographical practices of Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Poland- the hitherto almost unexamined contacts between Latvian artists and Futurism- Polish Responses to Italian Futurism- the similarities and differences between Zenitism and Futurism- the artistic ambitions of the Ukrainian Pan-Futurists in the 1920s- the Futurist experience in Transcaucasian Georgia- the reception of Futurist ideas in the Activist circles of Hungary- the public presence of a mute Futurism in the Czech avant-garde- Marinetti s visits to Bucharest and Budapest in the 1930s- the hybrid identity of the Bulgarian artist Diulgheroff and his career as an architect and designer in Turin- the role of Italian Futurism in the Slovenian interwar avant-garde- the aesthetic affinities and political divergences between Italian and Romanian Futurism.



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