50 Masterpieces of Czech Cubism: The Collections of the Gallery of West Bohemia in Pilsen

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- The Czech contribution to Cubism was one of the most important in Europe: this book presents its leading lights - Draws on the practical Director's Choice presentation and format: a clear and user-friendly guide that will appeal to experts and those new to Czech Cubism - The perfect complement to the 2019 title on the Gallery's collections, exploring one of its richest elements in greater depth Czech Cubism is one of the most important contributions of modern Czech art to world culture. These works, created approximately between 1910 and 1935, embrace painting, drawing, graphic art, collage, sculpture, architecture and applied art, and the movement's leading lights - including painters Emil Filla and Bohumil Kubista, sculptor Otto Gutfreund and architect Pavel Jank - were among the most exciting practitioners of Cubism anywhere in the world. The Gallery of West Bohemia is home to one of the most important collections of the best Czech Cubist art, painstakingly assembled since the early 1960s. The artworks included here have played a vital role in rehabilitating the avant-garde in a country where modernist art had suffered decades of political repression. As such, the collections of the Gallery of West Bohemia have been crucial to the revival of the domestic art scene in Bohemia and beyond, and continue to inspire contemporary Czech artists. This book, expertly compiled by Gallery Director Roman Musil and his team, introduces some of the finest works of Czech Cubism to an international audience.

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ISBN-13: 9781785513411
ISBN-10: 1785513419
Pagini: 112
Dimensiuni: 165 x 190 mm
Greutate: 0.18 kg
Editura: ACC Art Books