OSKAR SCHLEMMER

Das Bauhaus und der Weg in die Moderne

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New releases feature the very latest and most recently published books from Arnoldsche Art Publishers’ programme.

OSKAR SCHLEMMER

Painter, draughtsman, graphic artist, sculptor, wall designer, set designer, choreographer, author: Oskar Schlemmer (1888–1943) is one of the most diverse artists of the modern age.

BAUHAUS SACHSEN

The state of Saxony occupied a special place in the history of the Bauhaus. In this 480-page work, forty authors take a first look at the immense plethora of players linking the institution and the state.

SVERRE BJERTNÆS

Sverre Bjertnæs is considered one of the leading contemporary Norwegian artists today. He himself often refers to his body of works as a fragmented ʻstream of imagesʼ collected from art history, vernacular culture and his own life.

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Pål Vigeland Boks-makrell arnoldsche

Exhibition: Pål Vigeland

When Metal Becomes Nature Galleri Langegården, Bergen (NO), 21.5–16.6.2019 Opening with book presentation: 21.5.2019, 6 p.m. Galleri Langegården in Bergen, Norway, presents Pål Vigeland’s wonderful metalwork. Vigeland has been working as a metal artist for almost fifty years. The Norwegian started out as a jewellery artist, but has now become a fixture on the Norwegian

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Keramik der Gegenwart BdK Baden-Württemberg Schloss Ludwigsburg

Keramik der Gegenwart – Ceramique actuelle

Ludwigsburg Residential Palace (DE) 24.5.–10.6.2019, opening: 23.5.2019, 7 p.m. Curated by Doris Bank, ceramicist, Miltenberg (DE), and Dirk Allgaier, publisher, Stuttgart (DE). The Association of Art Craftsmen [BdK – Bund der Kunsthandwerker] Baden-Württemberg presents works by top-class renowned ceramic artists in Ludwigsburg Residential Palace in 2019. This year, Switzerland will be the host country of

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Exhibition: Bärbel Thoelke

Keramion, Frechen (DE), 19.5.–28.7.2019 Opening: 19.5.2019, 11:30 a.m. The renowned exhibition centre KERAMION in Frechen (DE) shows the manifold works of the German porcelain designer Bärbel Thoelke, who was born in Stralsund and lives in Berlin. KERAMION thus honours the artist on the occasion of her 80th birthday. With her work, the designer continues the

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Arnoldsche Art Publishers offers a unique list of titles in the fields of fine art, applied art and design. Our focus is on the comprehensive coverage of selected subject areas within the applied and fine arts as well as monographs on outstanding exponents of the arts.

As an internationally active publisher of art books, Arnoldsche collaborates with numerous important museums, collections and galleries throughout Europe, North America and Asia. Top-quality content, design and production make Arnoldsche books – most of which are bilingual publications – indispensable works of reference for collectors and specialists.

arnoldsche Art Publishers Autumn/Winter 2019 Programme

Once again you can look forward to a multifaceted panorama of classic themes from arnoldsche Art Publishers. In our Autumn programme too, we would like to embrace the still current vision of the Bauhaus to dispel traditional boundaries between the most diverse genres in art. The Grotta Home in New Jersey represents a perfect symbiosis of ceramic, jewellery, and textile art, all incorporated in Richard Meier’s highly aesthetic architecture. Other new releases bring together, for example, ceramics and audio art, ceramics and painting, jewellery and surreal sculpture and jewellery and photography.

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