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Alexander Dorner et El Lissitzky, Kabinett der Abstrakten, Hanovre, Sprengel Museum, 1928.

Alexander Dorner et El Lissitzky, Kabinett der Abstrakten, Hanovre, Sprengel Museum, 1928.

Alexander Dorner et El Lissitzky, Kabinett der Abstrakten, Hanovre, Sprengel Museum, 1928.

Alexander Dorner et El Lissitzky, Kabinett der Abstrakten, Hanovre, Sprengel Museum, 1928.

Alexander Dorner - Hannover Museum, 1928. Dorner rethought the museum as an institution in a state of permanent transformation.

Alexander Dorner - Hannover Museum, 1928. Dorner rethought the museum as an institution in a state of permanent transformation.

El Lissitzky, Kabinett der Abstrakten, 1928/29 © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2013 / Foto: Herling / Gwose

El Lissitzky, Kabinett der Abstrakten, 1928/29 © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2013 / Foto: Herling / Gwose

Mondrian, Composition avec rouge, bleu, noir, jaune et gris, 1921, h/t, 39,5 x 35 cm, Gemeente Museum à La Haye

Mondrian, Composition avec rouge, bleu, noir, jaune et gris, 1921, h/t, 39,5 x 35 cm, Gemeente Museum à La Haye

Vue de l’exposition Les Architectes du groupe De Stijl à la galerie de L’Effort moderne, Paris, 1923 (photographie dans De Stijl, 1924, vol. 6, n° 6-7).

Vue de l’exposition Les Architectes du groupe De Stijl à la galerie de L’Effort moderne, Paris, 1923 (photographie dans De Stijl, 1924, vol. 6, n° 6-7).

The Jewish Museum - Roberto Burle Marx: Brazilian Modernist >>  "he viewed the role of the landscape architect in ideal terms: to mitigate the loss of the primeval garden and repair the rift between humanity and nature ... in a sixty-year career he designed over two thousand gardens worldwide, discovered close to fifty plant species, advocated passionately for the environment ... The artist who called himself “the poet of his own life,” left the world a poetic legacy."

The Jewish Museum - Roberto Burle Marx: Brazilian Modernist >> "he viewed the role of the landscape architect in ideal terms: to mitigate the loss of the primeval garden and repair the rift between humanity and nature ... in a sixty-year career he designed over two thousand gardens worldwide, discovered close to fifty plant species, advocated passionately for the environment ... The artist who called himself “the poet of his own life,” left the world a poetic legacy."

El Lissitzky, Proun room, 1923

El Lissitzky, Proun room, 1923

Mondrian, Composition, 1929, h/t, Solomon Guggenheim Museum of NY

Mondrian, Composition, 1929, h/t, Solomon Guggenheim Museum of NY

photo of the symbols of death area of the death exhibition

photo of the symbols of death area of the death exhibition

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