Gerd Leufert

Fellow Venezuelan émigrés, Gego (1912-1994) and Gerd Leufert (1914-1998), informed each other’s practice significantly through their life-long commitment to exploring the line and abstraction. Gerd.

The Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation (CIFO) presents Two Selections from the Ella Fontanals-Cisneros Collection. This year, the selections consist of The Sites of Latin American Abstraction curated.

Gerd Leufert was born in Memel, a Lithuanian town occupied by Germany during WWI. He studied graphic design in Munich and became a member of the renowned and innovative Werkbun, an association of design and craftsmanship that initiated collaborations between artists, architects, craftsmen and manufacturers.

At the opposite extreme, the renovated 68th Street gallery at Hunter College presents the exquisite wire constructions and the delicate, network-like drawings of Gertrud Goldschmidt (“Gego”) and Gerd.

10/3/2014  · The exhibition Gego and Gerd Leufert: A Dialogue highlights the artists’ development and reciprocal influence through a selection of core works produced from 1964 to 1990. The show explores shared motifs in the production of each of these artists, most notably their use of the line as a means of enhancing the visual potentiality of empty.

The Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation (CIFO) presents Two Selections from the Ella Fontanals-Cisneros Collection. This year, the selections consist of The Sites of Latin American Abstraction curated.

Gerd Leufert (Memel, 1914 – Caracas, 1998) attended the Akademie der Bildenden Künste (Academy of Fine Arts) in Munich in 1939 where he studied graphic design, and became a member of the Werkbund, an interdisciplinary association founded on the social importance of design and

At the opposite extreme, the renovated 68th Street gallery at Hunter College presents the exquisite wire constructions and the delicate, network-like drawings of Gertrud Goldschmidt (“Gego”) and Gerd.

Gerd Leufert’s visual art carries a freedom that the branding, emblems, and logos that he made as a graphic designer did not have. Leufert was born in Memel, Lithuania (then Germany) and studied.

In Memory of Iris Peruga. Analogues and Opposites. The creative activities of Gerd Leufert (Memel, Germany, today Lithuania, 1914 – Caracas 1998) encompassed most of the commonly used artistic mediums of his time, establishing noteworthy precedents in.

The same could be said for a dozen other major Latin American masters, including Otero’s compatriots Gego, Arturo Herrera, Gerd Leufert and Jesus Rafael Soto, whose works are also included in the show.

Gerd Leufert’s visual art carries a freedom that the branding, emblems, and logos that he made as a graphic designer did not have. Leufert was born in Memel, Lithuania (then Germany) and studied.

9/16/2016  · The creative activities of Gerd Leufert (Memel, Germany, today Lithuania, 1914 – Caracas 1998) encompassed most of the commonly used artistic mediums of his time, establishing noteworthy precedents in the fields and genres in which he worked.

Fellow Venezuelan émigrés, Gego (1912-1994) and Gerd Leufert (1914-1998), informed each other’s practice significantly through their life-long commitment to exploring the line and abstraction. Gerd.

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Gego and Gerd Leufert: A Dialogue by Gego and Gerd Leufert, Geaninne Gutierrez-Guimaraes and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at AbeBooks.com.

The Mission Projects is proud to present a two-person exhibition of drawings and works on paper by Gertrud Goldschmidt (Gego) & Gerd Leufert. This will be the first Chicago exhibition dedicated to the work of Gego (1912-1994) and Leufert (1914-1998), two artists who have had a strong historical influence on the development of the arts in Venezuela.

11/27/2013  · Gerd Leufert was a Venezuelan artist who worked as a designer, draughtsman, engraver, painter, and sculptor, as well as teacher and curator. We provide art lovers and art collectors with one of the best places on the planet to discover modern and contemporary art.

She and Gunz separated in 1951 and divorced in 1953, the same year she met her "life partner," the artist Gerd Leufert. Leufert was a graphic designer and a prominent figure on the Venezuelan art.

Gego and Gerd Leufert: a dialogue provides a long-overdue, tandem examination of the artists’ works, thereby unveiling an underlying, parallel dialogue of nonobjective language within their organic forms, linear structures, and systematic, spatial investigations. Both ultimately became pioneers in their field, having a long-lasting impact on.

She and Gunz separated in 1951 and divorced in 1953, the same year she met her "life partner," the artist Gerd Leufert. Leufert was a graphic designer and a prominent figure on the Venezuelan art.

6/5/2014  · Autores GERD LEUFERT / NEDO M.F. | Prólogo ALFREDO ARMAS ALFONZO | Epílogo ALFREDO SILVA ESTRADA | Diseño GERD LEUFERT | Editorial UNIVERSIDAD DE ORIENTE | Impresión serigráfica TAMIGAF.

Gerd Leufert studied at the Hanover School of Art, where Klee and Kandinsky had been notable earlier graduates. He also studied graphic design at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Munich. After being conscripted and wounded during WWII, Leufert worked as a graphic designer for various German publishing houses.

By 1953, her marriage was over and she had fallen in love with a Lithuanian artist named Gerd Leufert. In a nice twist on the old saw that behind every great man is a great woman, Leufert recognized.

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The same could be said for a dozen other major Latin American masters, including Otero’s compatriots Gego, Arturo Herrera, Gerd Leufert and Jesus Rafael Soto, whose works are also included in the show.

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By 1953, her marriage was over and she had fallen in love with a Lithuanian artist named Gerd Leufert. In a nice twist on the old saw that behind every great man is a great woman, Leufert recognized.

4/29/2017  · Gerd Leufert was born in 1914 in the coastal Lithuanian town of Memel. He attended the Akademie der Bildenden Künste (Academy of Fine Arts) in Munich in 1939 where he studied graphic design, and became a member of the Werkbund, an interdisciplinary association founded on the social importance of design and craftsmanship. Gerd Leufert, c1960, […]

Gerd Leufert (1914-1988) helped to establish the foundations for Venezuela’s graphic design profession. http://www.logodesignlove.com/gerd-leufert

Available for sale from Cecilia de Torres Ltd., Gerd Leufert, Untitled (1993), Ink on paper, 16 3/8 × 12 5/8 in

Gerd Leufert studied in Germany at the Hochschule Hanover (1933), the School of Crafts in Maguncia (1935-1936), and the Akademie der Bildenden Küst in Munich (1939). He worked as a graphic designer in Munich until 1951, when he moved to Caracas, Venezuela, and worked as an art director at an advertising agency.

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