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Devětsil

Czech avant-garde art, architecture and design of the 1920s and 30s

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Published by Museum of Modern Art, Design Museum in Oxford, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Devětsil (Society) -- Exhibitions,
  • Avant-garde (Aesthetics) -- Czechoslovakia -- History -- 20th century -- Exhibitions,
  • Art, Czech -- Exhibitions,
  • Art, Modern -- 20th century -- Czechoslovakia -- Exhibitions,
  • Architecture, Modern -- 20th century -- Czechoslovakia -- Exhibitions,
  • Design -- Czechoslovakia -- History -- 20th century -- Exhibitions

  • About the Edition

    This was the inagural exhibition of Devětsil in the UK, with essays translated for the first time into English from Czech by Dr. James Naughton, Czech & Slovak Studies, University of Oxford.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesCzech avant-garde art, architecture and design of the 1920s and 302
    ContributionsMuseum of Modern Art (Oxford, England), Design Museum (London, England), Galerie hlavního města Prahy
    The Physical Object
    Pagination115 p. :
    Number of Pages115
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16708552M
    ISBN 100905836707

    Toyen's sketches, book illustrations, and paintings were frequently erotic and she contributed erotic sketches for Štyrský's Eroticka Revue (–33). This journal was published on strict subscription terms based on a circulation of copies. Štyrský also published books under the imprint Ed some of which Toyen illustrated. He was a founding member of The Surrealist Group of Czechoslovakia. He was very active in the art world, since was a member of Devětsil, and in the years - was a member of the Fine Artists Association. Together they became members of the Devětsil in Paris.

    His outstanding and varied oeuvre included numerous book covers and illustrations. He also wrote studies of both Arthur Rimbaud and Marquis de Sade. Along with his artistic partner Toyen (Marie Čermínová), he became a member of Devětsil in , participating in their group exhibitions. He and Toyen also exhibited in Paris in the late s. Prague: Odeon, Octavos ca. × cm. Later full calf with titles to spines; in cloth-covered card slipcase; preserving all front and rear wrappers; approx. 32–40 pp. per issue. Numerous photographs and illustrations per issue. Wrappers resized with very slight loss to right and lower margin of wrappers only; else very good and evidently barely read.

      It focuses in particular on what was essential to Devětsil’s concept of art and its activities: a departure from the traditional concept of autonomous art, in which a key role was played by the Bazaar of Modern Art of , an attempt (at least in projects) at intermedia productions, etc. The role of architecture, photography, film, theater. The Linked Data Service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies promulgated by the Library of Congress. This includes data values and the controlled vocabularies that house them. Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and more.


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Between andthe picture poem was a popular form among the Devětsil artists. Typography and optical poetry was the new lexical standard. Teige explained this transformation of language into visual art as relating to the rise of photography, film and new developments in book printing.

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Devětsil: Czech avant-garde of the s and 30sPrice: $ Avant-garde Czech book design sprang from the Devětsil Artistic Union, a highly influential group of avant-garde poets, writers, artists, and designers active from to Designs and illustrates a book of Devětsil poetry.

Contributor: Devětsil exhibition at the Rudolfinum. Participant: Jaroslav Rössler. Prague: Walther Artists. Member. Jaroslav Rössler Czech Jindřich Štyrský Czech A display of book covers at the exhibition Devětsil Equally, if not more, important was the fascination with Soviet Russia which took various forms: visual works, poetry, creative writing and Devětsil book celebrated the Russian revolution and the new social order.

Devětsil, the association of the Czech avant-garde artists, was founded and led by Karel Teige and it was active between and This, their first anthology contains the manifesto of Devětsil and its abbreviated version in French, Russian, and German translations.

Many of the designers of these books were members of the Devětsil artist Devětsil book, which was founded in Prague in Early on Devětsil artists began producing Devětsil book Poems," which used the techniques of collage and photomontage to visually recreate the lyricism of poetry and can be seen on the covers of some of their books.

Many of the designers of these books were members of the Devětsil artist group, which was founded in Prague in Early on, Devětsil artists began producing “Pictorial Poems” which used the techniques of collage and photomontage to visually recreate the lyricism of poetry and can be seen on the covers of some of their books.

Revue Svazu moderní kultury Devětsil Book Design: Avant-garde Czech book design sprang from the Devětsil Artistic Union, a highly influential group of avant-garde poets, writers, artists, and designers active from to pins.

Influenced by Constructivism in the early s, Teige used photomontage, photography and typography in many of his book cover designs. Later, Teige's designs, such as those here for Devětsil poet Vítězslav Nezval, reveal the growing influence of Surrealism on his work.

Devětsil. [Front cover] Names Teige, Karel () (Editor) Umělecký Svaz Devětsil (Publisher) Seifert, Jaroslav, (Editor) Collection. Revoluční sborník Devětsil. Dates / Origin Date Issued: Place: V Praze Publisher: Večernice Library locations Slavic and East European Collections Shelf locator: Slav.

Reserve Life. Burian was born in Plzeň, Czechoslovakia, where he came from a musical father, Emil Burian, was an opera singer.E. Burian is the father of singer and writer Janhe graduated from the Prague Conservatory, in the class of J.

Foerster, but he began participating in cultural life much sooner.E. Burian was a member of Devětsil, an association of Czech.

An exchange between the editors of Zenit and key members of Devětsil had been initiated some years prior to the first issue of Disk, and only a few months after Devětsil was founded in lateand evinces how the avant-gardes advertised each other and forged collaboration not only through unpaid advertisements, but also by publishing.

Weniger Lärm [Less Noise] poster for the Swiss Committee to Combat N oise,design by # by graphic designer # tomokomiho (–) taken on her trip to Zurich during the early s. Brockmann’s dramatic photographic (photo: Peter Huber) and diagonal, compressed composition features a women covering both ears in a painful distress.

Avant-garde and center: Devětsil in Czech culture, – Matthew Stephen Witkovsky, University of Pennsylvania. Abstract. This dissertation offers a panoramic analysis of avant-gardism in interwar central Europe, grounded in four “case studies” connected with the Czech movement Devětsil.

Karel Teige (ed.), Svazu moderní kultury Devětsil [ReD: Review of the Union for Modern Culture Devětsil], Space is the breath of art.—Frank Lloyd Wright Avant-garde Czech book design sprang from the Devětsil Artistic Union, a highly influential group of avant-garde poets, writers, artists, and designers active from to This page was last edited on 17 Decemberat Files are available under licenses specified on their description page.

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Avant-garde Czech book design sprang from the Devětsil Artistic Union, a highly influential group of avant-garde poets, writers, artists, and designers active from to.

His outstanding and varied oeuvre included numerous book covers and illustrations. He also wrote studies of both Arthur Rimbaud and Marquis de Sade. Along with his artistic partner Toyen, he became a member of Devětsil inparticipating in their group exhibitions.Revoluční sborník Devětsil items.

Pattern book for jewellers, gold- and silversmiths items. Jules Fisher collection of Jo Mielziner Designs items. Particular Voices: Portraits of Gay and Lesbian Writers by Robert Giard items. Alex Zucker’s translation of Jáchym Topol’s latest novel, The Devil’s Workshop, received an English PEN Award for Writing in Translation and will be published by Portobello Books in Inhe received a literature fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts to work on a translation of Markéta Lazarová.

That translation, which he quotes from here, is still in progress.