Monthly Archives: October 2010

Moderism 3

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT: The American Frank Lloyd Wright is important not just because he spanned the entire history of the Modern movement from its beginning in Art Nouveau to the more organic interpretations of Modernism in the 1950’s, but because … Continue reading

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Moderism 2

ADOLF LOOS: Adolf Loos showed that modernists dislike for ornament was more than aesthetic; it was also seen as morally correct. This ideology can be traced back to him whose publication “Ornament In Crime” was the first published in 1908 … Continue reading

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Moderism

PETER BEHRENS: one of the pioneers of modernist theory who worked in the German Werkbunkd and a designer who fully understood the need for machines and to create designs that were responsive for the new century, the main thoughts being … Continue reading

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vincent van gogh

Vincent Van Gogh was born on the 30th of march 1853 and died on the 29th of July 1890. He was a Dutch Post-Impressionist painter who influenced heavily artists of the 20th century such a freud and others. At the … Continue reading

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