The Structurist - Transparency and Reflection, No. 27/28, 1987/1988


120 pages. Features: Laszlo Moholy-Nagy; Moholy-Nagy - Proto-Holographer; The Aesthetic of transparency in Russian modernism; Transparency in art; Windows - Transparency and enclosure; Poems on John Constable; Arctic Transparency and Reflection; The poetry of Harry Martinson; Perceptual transparency in Cezanne's paintings; A short essay on the painter Monet; Aspects of transparency in music; Transparency of architecture and man; Banco Coca - transparent architecture in Madrid; Glass in architecture; Transparency and reflection in sculpture and architecture; On Victor Pasmore's use of transparency; The work of Mary Martin; Light, space and transparency; Transparency and visual ambiguity; book reviews. Clean, bright and unmarked with negligible wear. An excellent copy.

Title: The Structurist - Transparency and Reflection, No. 27/28, 1987/1988

Author: Findeli, Alain; Kostelanetz, Richard; Bowlt, John E.; Geary, David; Willmott, Elizabeth; Kerr, Don; Dommasch, Hans; Sjobert, Leif; Hess, Charles; Aspenstrom, Werner; Bornstein, Eli; Floyd, M.K.; Caldwell, Alfred; De La-Hoz, Rafael; Bell, Keith; et al

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Architecture, Art,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Saskatchewan, Canada, The Structurist: 1987

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 663g2608

Keywords: The Structurist - Transparency and Reflection, No. 27/28, 1987/1988 Laszlo Moholy-Nagy; Moholy-Nagy - Proto-Holographer; The Aesthetic of transparency in Russian modernism; Transparency in art; Windows - Transparency and enclosure; Poems on John Constable; Arctic Transparency and Reflection; The poetry of Harry Martinson; Perceptual transparency in Cezanne's paintings; A short essay on the painter Monet; Aspects of transparency in music; Transparency of architecture and man; Banco Coca - transparent architecture in Madrid; Glass in architecture; Transparency and reflection in sculpture and architecture; On Victor Pasmore's use of transparency; The work of Mary Martin; Light, space and transparency; Transparency and visual Ambiguity,