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Russische Avantgarde. Chagall, Kandinsky, Malewitsch und ein fanatischer Sammler.

DVD-Set, Arthaus Musik Hamburg 2014.

ISBN 10: 386923153X / ISBN 13: 9783869231532
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Librería: Frölich und Kaufmann (Berlin, Alemania)

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George Costakis gilt als einer der wichtigsten Sammlerpersšnlichkeiten des 20. Jh. FŸr ihn war Sammeln von Kunst kein Hobby, sondern Obsession. Das Ziel war die Russische Avantgarde. Denn mit ihr, mit den Bildern von Chagall, Malewitsch, Kandinsky ging fŸr Costakis die Sonne auf. Die Dokumentation gibt Einblicke in das Schaffen der genannten KŸnstler und der Russischen Avantgarde sowie ein PortrŠt des Sammers. Die vom Gegenstand befreite Kunst dieser drei Wegbereiter war eine Revolution! 4 DVDs, stereo, 16:9, deutsch, engl., frz., Gesamtspielzeit 217 min. N° de ref. de la librería 655767

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George Costakis counts as one of the most important art collectors of the 20th Century. Collecting art for him was not a hobby, but an obsession aiming at the Russian Avant-garde. the paintings of Chagall, Malevich, or Kandinsky made his life complete. Besides the fascinating portrait on this fanatic collector the documentaries about Chagall, Malevich, and Kandinksy provide insight into the creative work of the Russian Avant-garde. The groundbreaking art of these three pioneers that freed themselves of representationalism was, as Malevich himself put it: revolution! The DVD Box contains the following Documentaries The Collector Costakis - Directed by Barrie Gavin One public housing flat in Moscow stood out above all others: the home of George Costakis, the foremost collector of early 20th century Russian avant-garde art. Its walls were crowded with banned and forgotten works by artists such as Malevich, Tatlin, Kandinsky, Chagall, Lissitzky, Rodchenko, and Kliun; public figures such as Edward Kennedy, Stravinsky, and Alfred Barr visited. Barrie Gavin met the collector in 1982 at his home in Athens. Costakis, a Greek born in Russia, passionately shares his story and those of the great Russian avant-garde artists. Their works are his legacy without him, they would not have survived the political upheavals in Russia. Kazimir Malevich - Directed by Barrie Gavin & Reiner E. Moritz Revolution! In 1915 the Russian artist Malevich declared a Black Square on a White Background an icon of his times and thus founded a new form of art, liberated from objects Suprematism. Supported by the Bolsheviks at first, his formalistic art was soon considered counterrevolutionary. 50 years later, in 1989, the first comprehensive Malevich retrospective outside Russia was held in Amsterdam s Stedelijk Museum. It is here that Barrie Gavin outlines the artist s creative phases and his life story. In doing so, he discovers the most diverse isms of the 20th century and one of the most significant pioneers of abstract art. Marc Chagall - Produced and Directed by Kim Evans With lovers and violinists hovering overhead and unique colour compositions, Chagall advanced to the greatest art legend of the 20th century. Raised in a Jewish family in White Russia, painting took him out of the poverty-stricken, provincial limitations of his youth and brought him to the Parisian art world. Formed by the Jewish-Russian culture and the influence of the avant-garde in France, he was able to discover his own individual style. This film follows Chagall's life from the viewpoint of an English artist, beginning in the Parisian artists' colony 'La Ruche'. Kandinsky - Directed by Andre S. Labarthe Colour, form, area - this is the formula of the greatest pioneer of abstract painting. Kandinsky came to art late in life, but his impact through Der Blaue Reiter (The Blue Rider) and Bauhaus paved the way for modern art. In 1913, he created one of the first abstract pictures, the theoretical basis of which was inspired by his essay Uber das Geistige in der Kunst (On the Spiritual in Art). Accompanied by Mussorgsky's Pictures from an Exhibition, Andre Labarthe takes a sensual journey through colour and form.

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