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Name  Carl Buchheister

Role  Artist
Carl Buchheister Carl Buchheister Works on Sale at Auction amp Biography
Died  February 2, 1964, Hanover, Germany

Carl Buchheister 卡爾·布赫斯特 (1890 - 1964) Dada Constructivism Art Informel German


Carl Buchheister (17 October 1890 – 2 February 1964) was a German constructivist artist noted for his multiple series of "model paintings" at Galerie Lambert Weyl, Paris. which he began in 1925.

Carl Buchheister Carl Buchheister MoMA

He was born in Hanover, Germany. Although he was not officially part of the Bauhaus movement, Buchheister was a close friend of Wassily Kandinsky and paralleled many of the social and artistic goals of the Bauhaus school. With regard to constructivism, Buchheister was typically more playful and improvisational than his contemporaries, becoming interested in the Dada movement after a collaboration with Kurt Schwitters in the late 1920s which led him to incorporate more varied materials such as acrylic glass, aluminum, wood, and twine into his compositions. This direction was given much freer rein after World War II and the end of Nazism. He died in Hanover in 1964.

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Carl Buchheister Wikipedia


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