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Moving modernism

the urge to abstraction in painting, dance, cinema
Author: Search for this author Andrew, Nell (author)
Statement of Responsibility: Nell Andrew
Year: 2020
Publisher: New York, Oxford University Press
Series: Oxford studies in dance theory , Oxford scholarship online
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'Moving Modernism' reenacts the simultaneous eruption of three spectacular revolutions: the development of pictorial abstraction, the first modern dance, and the birth of cinema, which together changed the artistic landscape of early-twentieth-century Europe and the future of modern art. This study follows the chronology of the historical avant-garde to show how dance and pictures were engaged in a kindred exploration of the limits of art and perception that required the process of abstraction.

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Author: Search for this author Andrew, Nell (author)
Statement of Responsibility: Nell Andrew
Year: 2020
Publisher: New York, Oxford University Press
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ISBN: 9780190057312
Description: 1 online resource (264 pages), illustrations (black and white).
Series: Oxford studies in dance theory , Oxford scholarship online
Tags: Abstraction; Dadaism; Art, Abstract; Modern Dance; Taeuber-Arp, Sophie; Fuller, Loie; Art and dance; Abstract films
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Language: Englisch
Footnote: Includes bibliographical references and index. - Description based on online resource; title from home page (viewed on March 31, 2020)
Media group: E-Book