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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.

El Lissitzky, Kabinett der Abstrakten, 1928/29 © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2013 / Foto: Herling / Gwose -- Alexander Dorner invited Lissitzky to make a room for the Hannover Museum. Dorner was director of the Hannover from 1925-37, the laboratory years of exhibition design. Abstract Cabinet's works could be moved on sliding panels by the visitors, aligning with Dorner's idea of the museum as an energy plant or Kraftwerk.

El Lissitzky, Kabinett der Abstrakten, 1928/29 © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2013 / Foto: Herling / Gwose -- Alexander Dorner invited Lissitzky to make a room for the Hannover Museum. Dorner was director of the Hannover from 1925-37, the laboratory years of exhibition design. Abstract Cabinet's works could be moved on sliding panels by the visitors, aligning with Dorner's idea of the museum as an energy plant or Kraftwerk.

Installation view of Kazimir Malevich's paintings at 'The Last Futurist Exhibition of Painting 0:10', Petrograd, 1915 - 'Each shape has a real type of time and the coloration of colours is the power of the time’s oscillation, time’s movement creates shape while simultaneously colouring it and consequently the speed of time can be defined by colour.'

Installation view of Kazimir Malevich's paintings at 'The Last Futurist Exhibition of Painting 0:10', Petrograd, 1915 - 'Each shape has a real type of time and the coloration of colours is the power of the time’s oscillation, time’s movement creates shape while simultaneously colouring it and consequently the speed of time can be defined by colour.'

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.

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"the world goes pop" - Pesquisa Google

"the world goes pop" - Pesquisa Google

“The EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop” at Tate Modern, London, 2015

“The EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop” at Tate Modern, London, 2015

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "Vilmos huszar projet intérieurs"

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "Vilmos huszar projet intérieurs"

Félix del Marle, Salon néo-plastique, Pont-sur-Sambre, 1926

Félix del Marle, Salon néo-plastique, Pont-sur-Sambre, 1926

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