BLAUE REITER ALMANAC PDF

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The 1st edition of a book containing articles and artwork by members of the Blue Rider Group of artists, In publishing the almanac, the two young artists hoped to bring together the newest and most revolutionary achievements in modern art and present them to a supportive and enlightened readership.

This wide-ranging selection vividly illustrated an anti-academic, open-minded, international, and tolerant vision. Painters, composers, and critics from different nations all wrote contributions in which they articulated the goals of this new art. The publication of the almanac was a collective, international and interdisciplinary undertaking. The editors had succeeded in presenting an eclectic mix of material from different cultures and eras — and in doing so, demonstrated an important principle - that all authentic manifestations of art could be united by their expressive form, not by their content.

In other words, all art, irrespective of culture, that demonstrated a genuine expressive urge could be placed together in a unity, or synthesis, superficial questions about its technical or artistic quality becoming irrelevant.

The first edition of the Blue Rider Almanac ran to copies, and quickly sold out. The book was an anthology containing fourteen major essays, more than illustrations and a supplement in which a number of musical scores are reproduced. Kandinsky contributed two articles as well as the text and stage direction [libretto] of his play Der Gelb Klang The Yellow Sound.

Originally conceived as the first of a series of periodicals, only the first issue was published, but it remains arguably the most important single document of pre-war Expressionism. Email: germanexpressionism leicester. Privacy Cookies. In this section. Verlag, Franz Marc and Wassily Kandinsky. What was the Blue Rider Almanac? Twitter Facebook. Leicester Museums Website Tel: Email: germanexpressionism leicester.

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Der Blaue Reiter Almanac

The 1st edition of a book containing articles and artwork by members of the Blue Rider Group of artists, In publishing the almanac, the two young artists hoped to bring together the newest and most revolutionary achievements in modern art and present them to a supportive and enlightened readership. This wide-ranging selection vividly illustrated an anti-academic, open-minded, international, and tolerant vision. Painters, composers, and critics from different nations all wrote contributions in which they articulated the goals of this new art. The publication of the almanac was a collective, international and interdisciplinary undertaking. The editors had succeeded in presenting an eclectic mix of material from different cultures and eras — and in doing so, demonstrated an important principle - that all authentic manifestations of art could be united by their expressive form, not by their content.

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Artist: Marianne von Werefkin. Her Self-Portrait of exemplifies the experimentation of the former group and the semi-abstract manipulation of form and color that would develop in the latter. Her loose, dynamic brushwork shows the early influence of Vincent van Gogh on the NKvM artists and her use of arbitrary color is reminiscent of their study of Paul Gauguin and Edvard Munch. Indeed, the haunting tone she culled from her choice of clashing, vibrant hues, the flattened space of her composition, and the figure's confrontational red-eyed gaze carry all the emotional and symbolic weight of Munch's The Scream , while demonstrating several elements that prefigured the expressionistic painting of Der Blaue Reiter. However, when Kandinsky painted that early canvas, perhaps indebted more to Gustav Klimt or Les Nabis, he had not yet developed the theory of color symbolism he would publish in Concerning the Spiritual in Art. His woodcut cover for Der Blaue Reiter's almanac published in is thus more in keeping with the movement's aesthetic and ideals.

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Der Blaue Reiter lacked an artistic manifesto, but it was centered on Kandinsky and Marc. Paul Klee was also involved. The name of the movement is the title of a painting that Kandinsky created in , but it is unclear whether it is the origin of the name of the movement, as Professor Klaus Lankheit learned that the title of the painting had been overwritten. Within the group, artistic approaches and aims varied from artist to artist; however, the artists shared a common desire to express spiritual truths through their art. They believed in the promotion of modern art; the connection between visual art and music; the spiritual and symbolic associations of colour; and a spontaneous, intuitive approach to painting.

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