• Media type: E-Book
  • Title: Friedl Dicker-Brandeis : Works from the Collection of the University of Applied Arts Vienna
  • Contributor: Bast, Gerald [MitwirkendeR]; Egger-Karlegger, Laura [MitwirkendeR]; Hövelmann, Katharina [MitwirkendeR]; Indjein, Teresa [MitwirkendeR]; Johnson, Julie M. [MitwirkendeR]; Kitzberger, Stefanie [MitwirkendeR]; Kitzberger, Stefanie [HerausgeberIn]; Klimpel, Eva Marie [MitwirkendeR]; Mayer, Andrea [MitwirkendeR]; Rainer, Cosima [MitwirkendeR]; Rainer, Cosima [HerausgeberIn]; Rehm, Robin [MitwirkendeR]; Reinhold, Bernadette [MitwirkendeR]; Scherrer, Christian [MitwirkendeR]; Scherrer, Noemi [MitwirkendeR]; Schädler, Linda [MitwirkendeR]; Schädler, Linda [HerausgeberIn]; Sivac, Hamida [MitwirkendeR]; Stadler, Eva Maria [MitwirkendeR]; Stöppel, Daniela [MitwirkendeR]; Wigley, Mark [MitwirkendeR]
  • Published: Berlin; Boston: De Gruyter, 2022
  • Published in: Edition Angewandte
  • Contains: Frontmatter
    Contents
    Greeting
    Greeting
    Foreword
    Foreword
    Whatever You See Could Just as Well Have Been Otherwise An Introduction to This Volume
    Space Loops. Political Dimensions of Layering, Interweaving, and Intertwining in Friedl Dicker-Brandeis’s Work in the Context of European Avant-Gardes
    Seated and Floating Nude
    Reclining Figures, Seated Figures, Nudes
    The Unbinding Interior of Friedl Dicker
    Two Handbags, Leather Pattern, and a Design Draft for a Handbag
    Textiles—Eleven Fabric Samples, Scarf, and Tapestry
    Designs for the Theater
    Cardboard, Painted on Both Sides: Hydrangea / Figures
    Flirting Couples
    Seated Figures with Wings
    Between Media— Registering Practices of Knowing
    The Interrogation
    A Negative and a Positive Variation of the Same Form Held by a Force Field Wafted Over by a Ribbon
    Compositions with Abstract Figures
    Genre Scenes—Landscapes, Still Life, and a Cat— Twelve Drawings
    Art in the Face of Fascism. On the Political in the Work of Friedl Dicker-Brandeis around 1930 to 1942
    Photo Collages
    Fuchs Learns Spanish
    Dark Lithographs
    Growing through Art. Friedl Dicker-Brandeis and Her Work with Children in Context
    Invitations to the 1st and the 8th Bauhaus Evening
    Composition with Musical Instruments
    Seven Portraits
    Woman with Headscarf
    The Psychology of Art. Form and Color in the Work of Friedl Dicker-Brandeis
    Studies of Anna Selbdritt
    A Composition with Spiral and a Red Demon
    Strategies of Flexibility in Interior Designs by Friedl Dicker and Franz Singer
    List of Works
    Bibliography
    Biography Friedl Dicker-Brandeis
    Exhibitions, Theatrical Productions Song Evenings, Lectures
    Biographies
    Imprint
    Notes
  • Extent: 1 Online-Ressource (352 p.)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9783110789133
  • DOI: 10.1515/9783110789133
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  • Keywords: Artist monograph ; architecture ; graphic art ; painting ; textiles
  • Description: Bauhaus artist Friedl Dicker-Brandeis The work of Friedl Dicker-Brandeis (1898–1944) occupies a key position in the broader history of the Austrian avant-garde while also deepening our understanding of modernism. Her work covers an impressive range of media and genres in the visual and applied arts. Influenced by her studies at Vienna’s Kunstgewerbeschule (which later became the University of Applied Arts Vienna), the Itten Private School, and the Bauhaus in Weimar, she worked as a painter, stage designer, architect, designer in Vienna and Berlin, in exile, and as a deportee. This book explores the heterogeneity of Dicker’s work, reconstructs her artistic strategies and references to aesthetic and political discourses from the 1920s to the 1940s, and documents for the first time her works in the collection of the University of Applied Arts Vienna. Portrait of her work and collection catalog, dedicated to the artist, designer, and architect Friedl Dicker-Brandeis Essays by Julie M. Johnson, Robin Rehm, Daniela Stöppel, and others To accompany an exhibition in Vienna and Zurich

    Werkporträt Friedl Dicker-Brandeis Das künstlerische Wirken von Friedl Dicker-Brandeis (1898–1944) nimmt eine Schlüsselrolle ein – für eine erweiterte Geschichte der österreichischen Avantgarde, aber auch für eine Vertiefung des Verständnisses der Moderne. Dickers Werk weist eine beeindruckende Bandbreite an Medien und Genres der bildenden und angewandten Kunst auf. Geprägt vom Studium an der Wiener Kunstgewerbeschule, der Itten-Privatschule und am Weimarer Bauhaus, arbeitete sie als Malerin, Bühnenbildnerin, Architektin, Designerin in Wien und Berlin, im Exil und als Deportierte. Das Buch erschließt die Heterogenität von Dickers Werk, rekonstruiert künstlerische Strategien sowie Bezüge auf ästhetische und politische Diskurse der 1920er- bis 1940er-Jahre und dokumentiert erstmals ihre Werke in der Sammlung der Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien. Werkporträt und Sammlungskatalog, der Künstlerin, Designerin und Architektin Friedl Dicker-Brandeis gewidmet Mit Essays von Julie M. Johnson, Robin Rehm, Daniela Stöppel u. a. Erscheint begleitend zu einer Ausstellung in Wien und Zürich
  • Footnote: In English
  • Access State: Restricted Access