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Sunday, January 10, 2010

Vasily Kandinsky & Guggenheim Musume


 Dominant Curve

To the Unknown Voice

Red Oval

 Sky Blue

Gentle Ascent


Pioneer of abstract art and eminent aesthetic theorist, Vasily Kandinsky (b. 1866, Moscow; d. 1944, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France) broke new ground in painting in the first decades of the twentieth century. His seminal pre–World War I treatise Über das Geistige in der Kunst (On the Spiritual in Art), published in Munich in December 1911, lays out his program for developing an art independent of one’s observations of the external world. In this and other texts, as well as his art, Kandinsky strove to use abstraction to give painting the freedom from nature that he admired in music. His discovery of a new subject matter based solely on the artist’s “inner necessity” occupied him throughout his life.continue..guggenheim


Kitty said...



Wish I could CEEE this show!!!

theceelist said...


U should! Im thinking of was sooo refreshing posting this so many beautiful peices!

Kitty said...

Hi girlfriend!

I LUV it!

I wish I could!!!!!!!

theceelist said...

YOOOOO KITTTY! come on kitty if not this go 1 go 2 another @ a better x hopefully:)

Kitty said...

I can't imagine how bleutiful the paintings would be in the original!!!

Uhmmmmmmm... makes me want to paint...

theceelist said...

I hvnt seen them yet..

I was looking @ air fair tix r good prices now..right after the holidays & be4 spring break

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Kitty said...


Travelling sounds like a blast!

Cee I just watched this...

theceelist said...

cool kitty its a nice vid..his work was so modern considering the x period he painted.. I think using science geometry angles & lines always gives a modern contemporary edge 2 art!