Next up here a 2-week series of posts of famous faces of all areas and eras. Starting with a whole bunch in one—12 artists of Bauhaus including Kandinsky, Klee, Albers and many more… via yama-bato:
Cover of Bauhaus journal No. 2/3 1928.
Left to right from top.
1st row: Wassily Kandinsky, Lyonel Feininger [+], Paul Klee [+]
2nd row: Hannes Meyer [+], Hinnerk Scheper, Josef Albers [+]
3rd row: Joost Schmidt, Gunta Stölzl [+], Hans Wittwer
4th row: Ernst Kallai, Oskar Schlemmer [+], Mart Stam [+]
Rebecca Horn (who turned 69 this week): “Mechanischer Körperfächer” (body fan 2) via Rolu, kleidersachen, foxesinbreeches & calyx. I think this is a 1970’s piece, but can’t find a definitive reference.
Rebecca Horn (24 March 1944, Michelstadt, Hesse) is a German installation artist and film director most famous for her body modifications such as Einhorn (Unicorn), a body-suit with a very large horn projecting vertically from the headpiece, and Pencil Mask, a mesh harness for the head with many pencils projecting out. She directed the films; Der Eintänzer (1978), La ferdinanda: Sonate für eine Medici-Villa (1982) and Buster’s Bedroom (1990). Horn presently lives and works in Paris and Berlin.
Johan Lorbeer is a German artist concerned with phenomena of perception. His performances are caught on the borderline between image and presentation and they perturb us through their apparent incompatibility with our spacial experiences. Via 2headedsnake & sweet-station.com
Love this “Untitled" abstract painting by Mexican artist Marco Antonio Velazquez via dailyartjournal. His bio is below:
38 years old mexican painter and print maker. I work usually abstract painting, generally in oil and acrylic medium. I studied fine arts at the Universidad de las Americas Puebla, and in a workshop with artist Mario Benedetti
from Bergamo Italy. I live and work in the city of Puebla.