fd van zijn vrienden ( Frans Duwaer, en español: 'de sus amigos')

(Vordemberge-Gildewart, Friedrich; Sandberg, Willen)

650.00€ (Gastos de envío no incluidos)

Editorial:
Imprenta (n.v. drukkerij en uitgeverij j.f. duwaer & zonen). Diseño Friedrich Vordemberge-Gildewart.
Ciudad:
s.c. (Amsterdam), s.a. (1945).
Medidas y paginación:
25.3x33.4. sin pag. (34pp.).
Encuadernación:
Ilustraciones:
1 fotograbado en color a plena página.
Descripción:
Homenaje de sus amigos a Frans Duwaer. Para el diseño de la cubierta F.V.G. ha reutilizado los tipos de un calendario de 1940 de la compañía de publicidad de Dwaer, la fachada del edificio y la mano. La mayor parte de los textos están imprimidos en minúsculas y firmados con las iniciales de sus autores. Dos de ellos son de Vordembege y de Willen Sandberg. En el precioso fotomontaje, el retrato de Frans Duwaer rodeado de letras y de los típicos símbolos Bauhaus: el triángulo amarillo, el cuadrado rojo y el círculo azul. Exepto uno, en alemán, todos los textos están en holandés. Frans Duwaer (Amsterdam 1911- Overveen 1944) editor e impresor holandés que imprimía documentos de identidad falsos y en 1944 fue fusilado. Friedrich Vordemberge-Gildewart (Osnabrück 1899-Ulm, Alemania 1962) pintor Neo-plasticista alemán (De Stijl). Uno de los pocos pintores que cultivaron el arte abstracto a lo largo de toda su vida. Estudió arquitectura, interiorismo y escultura. En 1924 creó el grupo de arte abstracto Gruppe K en Hanover con Hans Nitzschke y formó parte de Der Sturm en Berlin. Tras conocer a Theo van Doesburg, Kurt Schwitters y Hans Arp, se hizo miembro de De Stijl in 1925. Junto a Kurt Schwitters y Carl Buchheister creó el grupo 'Abstrakten Hannover' en 1927. Fue miembro de varios grupos artísticos, entre ellos the Cercle et Carré, 1930, París y fue socio fundador de Abstraction-Création 1931, también en París. En 1937 el régimen nazi expuso su obra en una difamante Degenerate Art exhibition. Se confiscó la mayor parte de su obra y se le obligo a salir de Alemania. Se trasladó a Holanda. Friedrich Vordemberge-Gildewart (Osnabrück 1899-Ulm, Germany 1962), was a German Neo-plasticist (De Stijl) painter. He was one of the first painters to work for his entire career within an abstract style. was born in Osnabrück, Germany and studied architecture, interior design and sculpture at Hanover School of Art and the Technical College, Hanover. In 1924 he formed the abstract art group Gruppe K in Hanover with Hans Nitzschke and joined Der Sturm in Berlin. After meeting Theo van Doesburg, Kurt Schwitters and Hans Arp, he became a member of De Stijl in 1925. Together with Kurt Schwitters and Carl Buchheister he formed the 'Abstrakten Hannover' group in 1927. He was a member of a number of other artistic groups including: the Cercle et Carré, 1930, Paris and was a founding member of Abstraction-Création (1931), also in Paris. In 1937, in Munich, the Nazi regime exposed his works in the infamous Degenerate Art exhibition. Most of his works were confiscated and he was forced to leave Germany for the Netherlands. was born in Osnabrück, Germany and studied architecture, interior design and sculpture at Hanover School of Art and the Technical College, Hanover. In 1924 he formed the abstract art group Gruppe K in Hanover with Hans Nitzschke and joined Der Sturm in Berlin. After meeting Theo van Doesburg, Kurt Schwitters and Hans Arp, he became a member of De Stijl in 1925. Together with Kurt Schwitters and Carl Buchheister he formed the 'Abstrakten Hannover' group in 1927. He was a member of a number of other artistic groups including: the Cercle et Carré, 1930, Paris and was a founding member of Abstraction-Création (1931), also in Paris. In 1937, in Munich, the Nazi regime exposed his works in the infamous Degenerate Art exhibition. Most of his works were confiscated and he was forced to leave Germany for the Netherlands. was born in Osnabrück, Germany and studied architecture, interior design and sculpture at Hanover School of Art and the Technical College, Hanover. In 1924 he formed the abstract art group Gruppe K in Hanover with Hans Nitzschke and joined Der Sturm in Berlin. After meeting Theo van Doesburg, Kurt Schwitters and Hans Arp, he became a member of De Stijl in 1925. Together with Kurt Schwitters and Carl Buchheister he formed the 'Abstrakten Hannover' group in 1927. He was a member of a number of other artistic groups including: the Cercle et Carré, 1930, Paris and was a founding member of Abstraction-Création (1931), also in Paris. In 1937, in Munich, the Nazi regime exposed his works in the infamous Degenerate Art exhibition. Most of his works were confiscated and he was forced to leave Germany for the Netherlands. Frans Duwaer (1911-1944) was a dutch publisher and printer. During the nazi occupation in ww2 duwaer printed counterfeit identity cards which saved the life of numerous people who had gone into hiding. in 1944 duwaer was arrested by the nazis and shot. this book was published "van zijn vrienden" (by his friends) to commemorate this resistance hero. The book was designed by friedrich vordemberge-gildewart (1899-1962) who had lived in amsterdam after his emigration from germany. For the jacket he reused printing-blocks from a 1940 calender for the duwaer publishing company – the facade of the company building and an open hand. Most texts are printed lowercase. The nice photomontage shows a portrait of frans duwaer surrounded by the letters of the alphabet and typical bauhaus symbols: blue circle, yellow triangle, red square. Apart from one, in german, all the texts are in dutch. Hommage de ses amis à Frans Duwaer. Pour le dessin de la couverture F.V.G. il a réutilisé les types d'un calendrier de 1940 de la compagnie de publicité de Dwaer, la façade de l'édifice et la main. La plus grande part des textes, ont été imprimés en caractères minuscules et signés avec les initiales de ses auteurs. Deux d'entre elles sont de Vordembege et de Willen Sandberg. Dans le précieux photo-montage, le cadre de Frans Duwaer est entouré de lettres et des typiques symboles de Bauhaus: le triangle jaune, le carré rouge et le cercle bleu. Sauf un qui est en allemand, le reste des textes sont tous écrits en hollandais. Frans Duwaer (Amsterdam 1911-Oveerven 1944). L'éditeur et imprimeur hollandais qui a imprimé les documents avec une fausse identité, a été fusillé en 1944. Friedrich Vordemberge-Gildewart (Osnabrück 1899-1962 Ulm-Allemagne) peintre néo-plasticien allemand (De Stijil). C'est un des peintres qui a cultivé l'art abstrait durant toute sa vie. Il a fait des études d'architecture, architecture d'intérieur et de la sculpture. En 1924 il a créé le groupe d'art abstrait "Gruppe K" à Hanover avec Hans Nitzschke et a formé une partie de Der Sturm à Berlin. Après avoir connu Théo van Doesburg, Kurt Schwitters et Hans Arp , il s'est fait membre de De Stijil en 1925. Ensemble avec Kurt Schwitters et Carl Buchheister, il a créé le groupe "Abstrakten Hannover", en 1927, il a été membre de plusieurs groupes artistiques, entre eux, le cercle et le carré, en 1930 à Paris. Il a été membre fondateur d'Abstraction-Création en 1931 à Paris également. En 1937 le régime nazi avait exposé son oeuvre dans un diffamatoire "Degenerate Art exhibition". La plus grande part de son oeuvre a été confisquée et il a été obligé de sortir d'Allemagne. Puis il s'est déplacé en Hollande.