Coverbild Avantgarden in Süddeutschland nach 1945
Avantgarden in Süddeutschland nach 1945
Kurt Leonhard
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Edited by: Renate Wiehager
Texts by: Beat Wyss, Barbara Vinken, Hanns Zischler, Joachim Ringleben, Renate Wiehager, Ulrich Keichler
Graphic Design: Superfantastic, Berlin
December 2012 , 248 Pages
192mm x 143mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-3504-9
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| Kurt Leonhard – poet and art critic
Kurt Leonhard’s significance (1910–2004) as an art writer, poet, philosopher, translator, and curator opens up a horizon of art and cultural history that is closely tied to the avant-garde movements of southwest Germany in the second half of the twentieth century. Through Leonhard’s poetry and critique readers can imagine the developments, discourses, and issues of classic modernism and European post-war art, as reflected in many works, from Adolf Hölzel’s Daimler Art Collection to paintings from the 1960s by HAP Grieshaber, Georg Karl Pfahler, and Fritz Winter.
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