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De Stijl

De Stijl

a Camden Festival exhibition

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Published by Camden Arts Centre in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • De Stijl (Art movement) -- Exhibitions.

  • Edition Notes

    Exhibition catalogue.

    Statementthe Camden Arts Centre; organised by the Hampstead Artists" Council in collaboration with the Libraries and Arts Committee of the London Borough of Camden.
    GenreExhibitions.
    ContributionsGay, Bernard., Camden Arts Centre., Camden (England). Borough Council. Libraries and Arts Committee., Hampstead Artists" Council.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination39p. :
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21579572M

    Its effects are evident in subsequent and later designs such as clothes and album covers. This element of the movement embodies the second meaning of stijl: "a post, jamb or support"; this is best exemplified by the construction of crossing joints, most commonly seen in carpentry. Beside painting and sculpture, it made significant impact on typography, architecture and design, and even music at some point. He worked in the light.

    When I say 'pure', I don't mean 'clean'. At its core, De Stijl was designed to encompass a variety of artistic influences and media. This De Stijl book comes across in the De Stijl movement through the rules of the manifesto that create a structure for the movement and therefore for society. Early history[ edit ] From the flurry of new art movements that followed the Impressionist revolutionary new perception of painting, Cubism arose in the early 20th century as an important and influential new direction.

    De Stijl book is generally assumed that Huszar also drew the lettering. The heated discussions in the periodical about the role of art and its social function run like a thread through the work. On the contrary De Stijl book should find its expression in the abstraction of form and colour, that is to say, in the straight line and the clearly defined primary colour. What he aimed to express was the spiritual energy and the balance of forces that ruled nature and the universe, and to this desire we owe the simplification of nature to horizontal and vertical lines, which represented the two opposing forces: the positive and the negative, the dynamic and the static, the masculine and the feminine. It is associated with such instantly recognizable objects as the radical geometric abstract paintings of Piet Mondrian, with their perpendicular relationships and primary colors; the dynamic architectural drawings of Theo van Doesburg, which explode the conventional box-like structure of a building and show it as interpenetrating spaces unfolding in time; and the experimental furniture of Gerrit Rietveld, who took the most familiar of objects, the armchair, and reconfigured it as a series of self-supporting planks and struts. Someone who says he uses a theme from nature can be right, but also someone who says he uses nothing at all.


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Additionally, he designed furniture with De Stijl book Zwart from to Viewing De Stijl book as a means of social and spiritual redemption, the members of De Stijl embraced a utopian vision of art and its transformative potential.

I like El Lissitsky 's painting very much. This point of view, of searching for the new form of artistic expression, marked the 20th-century art and major Avant-garde movements that sprung during this period. Bonset The Other Face of I.

The movement features a stripping down of traditional architecture, furniture and art until just the basic components are left. While he was still alive and even after his De Stijl book the impact of his thoughts and paintings was influential.

If one or other symbol has only suggestive power, and if it dominates all other symbols available, De Stijl artist will never use this particular symbol. His mind was too subtle. Rietveld, for instance, continued designing furniture according to De Stijl principles, while Mondrian continued working in the style he had initiated around Furniture and sculptures were simplified to horizontal and vertical lines De Stijl book they used only the primary colours with various shades of black and white.

Whereas the ZigZag Chair is constructed out of wood, the Panton Chair is constructed out of plastic in a number of bright colours. Only an active rather than passive disposition can reflect them. He propagated 'De Stijl's' principles and achievements all over Europe and by his fascinating lectures - the one I heard as a schoolboy has since remained in my memory as one of the most impressive speeches I have ever heard - and his great personal charm, he would find an echo even in the remotest corners of the Continent.

With Mondrian and other prominent figures of the movement-to-be, he founded the magazine De Stijl in The pots in the garden were glazed with different shades of grey and it was stated in an architectural magazine article that Van Doesburg imagined the sculpture to be placed on a green lawn and filled with red, yellow, blue and white flowers.

History of Formation De Stijl was the brainchild of the Dutch painter, designer, writer, and critic Theo van Doesburg. Thus, he is considered a pioneer of the Dutch Functionalist architecture.

Promoting their innovative ideas in their journal of the same name, the members envisioned nothing less than the ideal fusion of form and function, thereby making De Stijl in effect the ultimate style. He always emphasized the role of the intuition over formula regarding his compositions.

The panel system opened up numerous possibilities within the house, each having an entirely different spatial experience. Nature or that which I see inspires me, provides me — as it does every painter — with the emotion by which I am moved to create something, but I want to approach the truth as closely as possible, abstracting everything until I come to the foundation — still only an outward foundation!

He created numerous abstract paintings and designed buildings, room decorations, stained glass, furniture and household items in a simplified geometric aesthetic that De Stjil advocated. While serving in the army, he encountered Mondrian's paintings, in which he saw his ideal.

A variety of commercial poster designs were done by authors of this movement. Artists and designers in the Netherlands such as Piet Mondrian and Theo Van Doesburg were looking to start something new.

While involved in the movement, he produced various abstract works, industrial and commercial graphic works, and collaborated on numerous interior design projects such as for the home of the industrialist Bruynzeel.

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Generally speaking, they use only means that can be broken or destroyed. In Van der De Stijl book began to produce diagonal rectangles and parallelograms, which was once again hotly debated by Mondrian and Van Doesburg in mids due to the fact that it was not in the formal aesthetics of De Stijl.De Stijl's influence was perhaps felt most noticeably De Stijl book the realm of architecture, helping give rise to the International Style of the s and s.

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