The Structurist - Continuity and Connectedness, Index 1-30, No. 29/30, 1989/1990


160 pages. Features: Connectedness with nature; The ecological imperative; Waste land; Landscape and abstraction - continuities and connections; Ambiguity as continuity and connectedness in art; Seeing nature whole; Art in search of an environment; The search for continuity in art and connectedness with nature; Truth and continuity in the nature of things; Continuity in modern architecture; The Bauhaus- Avant-Garde or tradition?; The Avant-garde in Yugoslavia 1921-1927; Symposium on systematic and constructive art; The social significance of constructive, concrete art today; Differences between European and North American constructivism; Naum Gabo - some reminiscences and an unpublished interview; book reviews. Clean, bright and unmarked with very light wear. An excellent copy.

Title: The Structurist - Continuity and Connectedness, Index 1-30, No. 29/30, 1989/1990

Author: Rowe, J. Stan; Gablik, Suzi; Hanson, David T.; Woodcock, George; Rosen, James M.; Close, Patrick; Grande, John K.; Bornstein, Eli; Caldwell, Alfred; Maxwell, Robert; Findeli, Alain; Levinger, Esther; Balart, Waldo; Gil, Julian; Baljeu, Joost; et al=

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Art, Architecture,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Saskatchewan, Canada, The Structurist: 1989

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fine

Size: 4to - over 9" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 663g2614

Keywords: The Structurist - Continuity and Connectedness, Index 1-30, No. 29/30, 1989/1990 Connectedness with nature; The ecological imperative; Waste land; Landscape and abstraction - continuities and connections; Ambiguity as continuity and connectedness in art; Seeing nature whole; Art in search of an environment; The search for continuity in art and connectedness with nature; Truth and continuity in the nature of things; Continuity in modern architecture; The Bauhaus- Avant-Garde or tradition?; The Avant-garde in Yugoslavia 1921-1927; Symposium on systematic and constructive art; The social significance of constructive, concrete art today; Differences between European and North American constructivism; Naum Gabo - some reminiscences and an unpublished Interview,