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Alexander Archipenko.

Alexander Archipenko

Alexander Archipenko.

by Alexander Archipenko

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Published by Ukrainske slowo in Berlin-Schöneberg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Archipenko, Alexander, 1887-1964.

  • Edition Notes

    English and Ukrainian.

    Other titlesOleskander Arkhypenko.
    StatementPref. by Hans Hildebrandt. Oleksander Arkhipenro. Vstup. statti͡a︡ Gansa Gilʹdebrandta (romanized form)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNB699.A7 A42
    The Physical Object
    Pagination28 p.
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5468445M
    LC Control Number73171410

    Books by Alexander Archipenko Archipenko: Sculpture, Drawings, and Prints, ; As Collected, Viewed, and Documented by Donald Karshan Starting at $ Alexander Archipenko: Structure, Space & the Human Form. Ukrainian artist Alexander Archipenko () is most celebrated for his innovative representation of the human form through his distinctive sculptural style. Archipenko’s depiction of shape and space distinguished a new approach within the context of his artworks’ creation.

    Alexander Archipenko, a centennial tribute by Katherine Janszky Michaelsen, Nehama Guralnik, Alexander Archipenko, Muzeon Tel Aviv, Katherine Jánszky Michaelsen, Katherine Jâanszky Michaelsen Paperback, Pages, Published by Distributed To The Trade By Universe Books ISBN , ISBN: X. Alexander Archipenko, (born , Kiev, Ukraine [then Russian Empire]—died Febru , New York, New York, U.S.), Ukrainian-American artist best known for his original, Cubist-inspired sculptural style.. After studying in Kiev, in Archipenko briefly attended the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, but he quickly abandoned formal studies to become part of more radical circles.

    Alexander Archipenko: | | | |Alexander Archipenko| | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the. T/F The author of "Concerning the Spiritual in Art" was Alexander Archipenko. false (wassily) t/F The Futurists sometimes suggested that their subjects were less important than the portrayal of the dynamic sensation of the subjects.


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Saarbrücken. (Archipenko’s annotated copy of Bergson’s book Creative Evolution was included in the show.) With that in mind, it’s not difficult to understand Archipenko’s voids as he did: as spaces that were not empty but filled with something esoteric—memories, fantasies, energy, or simply a sense of transcending physical existence.

Although Archipenko was known primarily for his sculpture, he also executed a number of drawings, an extraordinary group of which forms the centerpiece of this exhibition.

Alexander Archipenko: The Berlin Drawings features 30 drawings from three sketchbooks created between and —when Archipenko was living, working, and teaching in.

Summary of Alexander Archipenko. Alexander Archipenko was a seminal influence in 20 th century avant-garde sculpture. He announced himself to the modern art world through a series of small-scale works that were the first to apply Cubist techniques to three-dimensional forms. As his career developed, Archipenko became well known for his experiments in so-called "sculpto-paintings" which, as the Nationality: Ukrainian-American.

“Alexander Archipenko: Bronzes,” Perls Galleries, New York. “Alexander Archipenko Exhibition,” Winnipeg Art Gallery, Canada “The quality of my work cannot be measured by its abstractness as conservatism, by its geometrical angularity as curvatures, but only by the large totality of its content and its variety of expression.

The Archipenko Foundation is pleased to present The Archipenko Sculpture Catalogue Raisonné. The online release is part of an ongoing project dedicated to documenting the complete oeuvre of Alexander Archipenko (–) in a customized digital format, with free access to the public.

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Alexander Archipenko. Author: Alexander Archipenko ISBN: UOM Genre: Sculpture, American. In he published his book, Archipenko: Fifty Creative Years,that included a comprehensive set of illustrations and a series of short texts that detailed his ideas on aesthetics and art.

Archipenko's last work proved to be his only monumental sculpture (though it came some way short of the foot-tall version he had originally planned). Archipenko, Alexander and Scott, David W (intro) Published by Palais des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles and Paleis voor Schone Kunsten te Brussel () Used.

Alexander Archipenko. A Memorial Exhibition by California, Univ. of and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Alexander Archipenko has been called the “Picasso of Sculpture,” at the experimental forefront for bringing elements of cubism to bear on the sculptural form.

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Archipenko wrote and lectured extensively about his philosophy of art, art in nature, and theories concerning creativity and the universe.

He published several articles, but only one of the manuscripts intended as a book was actually published, Archipenko: Fifty Creative Years, (Tekhne Publications, Inc., ). Manuscripts, drafts, notes and supporting materials for Fifty Creative. The sheet measures 29 x 23 cm.

Alexander Archipenko () Alexander Archipenko was born in Kiev in From to he studied painting and sculpture at the local art academy. Dissatisfied with the academic teaching methods, he went to Moscow to work as a freelance artist.

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But, in My Life with Alexander Archipenko, Frances Archipenko Gray, with whom the innovative Ukrainian artist Pages: Alexander Archipenko was a sculptor who was born in the Ukraine.

After working in Paris, Archipenko moved to the U.S. and became a citizen in An important influence on sculpture in this country and abroad, Archipenko experimented with simplified forms, spaces enclosed within the sculpture, concave shapes as counterpoints to convex and Born: