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by Pierre Restany,Friedensreich Hundertwasser

  • Author: Pierre Restany,Friedensreich Hundertwasser
  • ISBN: 184484840X
  • ISBN13: 978-1844848409
  • ePub: 1379 kb | FB2: 1579 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Individual Artists
  • Publisher: Parkstone Press; Reissue edition (March 1, 2011)
  • Pages: 256
  • Rating: 4.3/5
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Hundertwasser (Temporis) ePub download

Pierre Restany remains one of the most influential French art critics of the second half of the twentieth century. I bought this book as I was intrigued by Hundertwasser's curious artistic ideals and the use of color in his paintings and architecture

Pierre Restany remains one of the most influential French art critics of the second half of the twentieth century. A witness to the dynamic New York art scene, he founded, along with Yves Klein, the New Realism, an artistic movement created in reaction to Pop Art, which expressed the distress of the post-war period. I bought this book as I was intrigued by Hundertwasser's curious artistic ideals and the use of color in his paintings and architecture. His work seems to have an unplanned quality to it, which adds to its excitement and appeal.

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Friedrich Stowasser (December 15, 1928 – February 19, 2000), better known by his pseudonym Friedensreich Regentag Dunkelbunt Hundertwasser, was an Austrian-born New Zealand artist and architect who also worked in the field of environmental protection. Hundertwasser stood out as an opponent of "a straight line" and any standardization, expressing this concept in the field of building design

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Pierre Restany, Hundertwasser, New York: Parkstone, 2008. Architectural monographs. Hundertwasser 2010 in Seoul, catalogue of the exhibition at the Seoul Arts Center – Hangaram Design Museum, Seoul: Maronie Books, 2010

Pierre Restany, Hundertwasser, New York: Parkstone, 2008. Robert Schediwy, Hundertwassers Häuser. Hundertwasser 2010 in Seoul, catalogue of the exhibition at the Seoul Arts Center – Hangaram Design Museum, Seoul: Maronie Books, 2010. Andreas Hirsch (e. : Hundertwasser - The Art of the Green Path, catalogue of the exhibition at the KunstHausWien, Munich: Prestel Verlag, 2011.

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Friedrich Stowasser (1928, Vienna - 2000, New Zealand), better known by the name of Friedrich Hundertwasser, was a painter, thinker, and architect, or rather an "architecture doctor," as he declared in his manifesto of January 24, 1990. With his tremendo OZON. Похожие книги: Hundertwasser.

 

Friedrich Stowasser (1928, Vienna - 2000, New Zealand), better known by the name of Friedrich Hundertwasser, was a painter, thinker, and architect, or rather an “architecture doctor,” as he declared in his manifesto of January 24, 1990. With his tremendous love of nature, he is one of the pioneers of humanist and environmentalist architecture, which attempted to reconcile creativity and ecology. His creations are organic and full of imagination. Yet, Hundertwasser was more radical in his philosophy. As expressed in his remarkable eco-artistic manifestos, and works of art (paintings, posters, stamps and flags), his message remains profoundly and viscerally ecological. His pictorial work, characterised by an organic abundance of forms and by the brilliance of its colours remains unique and full of hope.
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There are a number of Hundertwasser books out published by Taschen, but the bargain of the century is the 400-page edition "Hundertwasser (Hundertwasser - 1928-2000)" by Wieland Schmied. One of Taschen's 25th anniversary printings, this is a poor-man's copy of Volume I of Taschen's two-volume limited edition (of which only 10,000 copies were produced). Hundertwasser worked closely with Taschen on this (designing the layout himself), and the text for Volume I is by Schmied, an art historian and longtime personal friend of Hundertwasser. The book is midi size (about 8" x 10", and there are about 200 color reproductions of selected paintings, architectural works, photos of the artist, and more.(Too bad there's no discounted Volume II, which is a Catalogue Raisonné of Hundertwasser's entire painted oeuvre.)
Unfortunately, it looks like this "25" edition has recently gone out of print. I hope I'm wrong, but Taschan doesn't list it on its website anymore, only the 200-page book by Harry Rand (which I also own, and which is also very nice.) So if you like Hundertwasser, this is a book to look for now, while copies are still available.
Unereel
REVIEW SUBTITLE: A Serendipitous Purchase

While I had come across references to "the art of Hundertwasser," because I knew only of him as an architect and consider architecture an art, I assumed that the colorful work adorning the cover of this book was one of the Gaudi-esque architect's occasionally fancified plans. As a number probably know, however, it is not. Rather it is but one of Hundertwasser's many paintings.

Though I'd expected a book on architecture, I was not disappointed to receive one focusing on H's development as a painter. In fact, I was elated, for splashed across approximately 2/3rds of the 197 pages of this book are what had originally attracted me to him: the "lush opulence" of what I now know are his watercolors and paintings.

This book, however, is not just a visual feast. In addition tracing his development as an artist, the text includes and discusses H's thoughts on topics such as those noted in the Table of Contents I've included in the commentary following this review. And while some may seem esoteric, the discussions are not. In fact, they're fascinating.

That most of the focus of Taschen's retrospective of H and his work is on water colors/painting is not surprising, for so few of his structures were ever realized. However, approximately 30 well-illustrated pages are devoted to H's theories about architecture, his architectural models, and the utopian structure he was commissioned by the city of Vienna to build.

I was certainly correct in one assumption I made when I ordered HUNDERTWASSER: With the words "Taschen 25th Anniversary" attached to its title, I could not go wrong. Nor will anyone who purchases it.
Malann
Born Friedrich Stowasser in Vienna in 1928; rechristened himself Fritz, Friedreich, Friedenreich; Hundertwasser, Regentag, Dunklebunt! Hey, I can identify! As Walt Whitman said: "Do I contradict myself? Very well, I contradict myself. I am large, I contain multitudes."

Friedenreich Hundertwasser [Peacerich Hundredwaters] died in 2000, widely acclaimed as one of the great artists and visionary architects of the second half of the heinous last century. Bearded, sandaled, the very image of what Americans call a "hippy", Hundertwasser was in fact an artist of immense self-discipline in his art. His influences are obvious: Klimt, Klee, Schiele, Gaudi. There are precious few of his paintings in the museums of the USA, so this large-format Taschen volume may be the best way for Americans to discover him. Ten thousand of my words would not be worth a moment's glance at his vibrant images, so I won't offer them. You can see a lot of his work on your computer screen by simply googling his name. There are fewer than ten thousand words of biographical text in this volume, and I found it quite hard to pay attention to them when I could stare at the pictures on the same pages. Taschen books, as you probably know, are remarkably well done and astoundingly cheap for their quality.

I've just discovered that the only Hundertwasser building in North America is a winery in the Napa Valley of California, called "Quixote." Their wines start at $40 a bottle. I've signed up for a tour later this week. Their website has lovely photos of Hundertwasser's whimsical building and grounds.
Fordredor
I wish that this book was in English so that I could understand it. I did not realize this when I ordered it. Otherwise, a fair book with a few images.
Gaudiker
Love this artist! Love this book!
Snake Rocking
What a deal! Taschen produces some stunning art books and calendars, often at prices that make you pinch yourself, you think you must be dreaming. This book on Hundertwasser is no exception: A thorough review of his career and tons of full-color, full page prints of his art. It's a real treat.
Saithinin
Great seller and product!
Very interesting artist, way ahead of his time about conservation, interesting life. Love his art work and reading about his life.
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