Concerning the Spiritual in Art

Concerning the Spiritual in Art

A pioneering work in the movement to free art from its traditional bonds to material reality, this book is one of the most important documents in the history of modern art. Written by the famous nonobjective painter Wassily Kandinsky (1866?1944), it explains Kandinsky's own theory of painting and crystallizes the ideas that were influencing many other modern artists of the A pioneering work in the movement to free art from its traditional bonds to material reality, this book is one of the m...

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Title:Concerning the Spiritual in Art
Author:Wassily Kandinsky
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Genres:Art
ISBN:Über das Geistige in der Kunst
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:80 pages pages

Concerning the Spiritual in Art Reviews

  • Ellis
    Oct 09, 2010

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

    ????????? ?? ???? ? ?????????? ???? ??? ???. ?? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ???????? ???? ???????? ?? ??? ???????? ??? ?? ????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ??? ????? ??...

    This was worth reading. Some of the language was a little flowery so I will probably read it again at some point. It makes some interesting points. I wish the art was in color and not black and white since he talks so much about the significance of color especially red. It was a fast r...

    . ?? ???????? ???? ?? ?? ???? ??? . ???? ??? ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? . . ?????? ???? " ?????? ????????? " ? ????? ????? ???? ? ???? ?????? ???? ...

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    Picked this short treatise up used for cheap. Kandinsky has a lot of very interesting ideas about the relation of art and music and poetry, with some discussion of social status/interpersonal relationships (just a dash). He is a modernist through and through. The introduction is enough...

  • Ridgely
    Nov 13, 2008

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

  • Ahmad Sharabiani
    Dec 22, 2016

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

  • Michael Franklin
    Feb 02, 2008

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

    ????????? ?? ???? ? ?????????? ???? ??? ???. ?? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ???????? ???? ???????? ?? ??? ???????? ??? ?? ????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ??? ????? ??...

    This was worth reading. Some of the language was a little flowery so I will probably read it again at some point. It makes some interesting points. I wish the art was in color and not black and white since he talks so much about the significance of color especially red. It was a fast r...

    . ?? ???????? ???? ?? ?? ???? ??? . ???? ??? ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? . . ?????? ???? " ?????? ????????? " ? ????? ????? ???? ? ???? ?????? ???? ...

    ?? ??? ?????? ????? ???? ????? ? ????? ???? ???? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ? ????? ?? ??? ???? ??? ????? ? ????? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ????? ??...

    Picked this short treatise up used for cheap. Kandinsky has a lot of very interesting ideas about the relation of art and music and poetry, with some discussion of social status/interpersonal relationships (just a dash). He is a modernist through and through. The introduction is enough...

    I'm finally getting around to reading Wassily Kandinsky's Concerning the Spiritual in Art. In it, the artist explains his plans for the ascent of spiritually fulfilling and expressive art that surpasses mere replication of natural form. This is not to say that Kandinsky is in favor of ...

    ????????, ??? ????? ??????? book, it's not you, it's me - ? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ???? ? ???? ??????-?????????? ? ???-???????. ????????. ? ????????? ??? ? ?????...

    ?????? ?????????? ????????, ??????????????? ????? ???. "??? ????? ??????? ?????, ???? ?????, ????? ???? ???...

    A professional artist/teacher friend of mine gave me a copy of Kandinsky's book at a recent workshop she was leading. Consider the long period of the 20th Century during which Kandinsky practiced what he preached as a "Spiritual Revolution" in art. Spiritual Revolution was a popular th...

    Resim sanat?yla ilgilenenler ve özellikle Kandinsky severler için bilgilendirici bir kitap. Yer yer sanat ve sanatç?y? da ele alm?? fakat as?l bahsedilen resim sanat?. Genel kültür için de okunabilir. ...

    kandinsky's respondeo ut the world of art, in his time, to the past, and for the future of art is widely considered one of the greatest documents on art by an artist. sure, i'll accept that. however, i believe this is more of an assault on the condition of the human spirit than a treat...

  • Ana
    Sep 30, 2008

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

    ????????? ?? ???? ? ?????????? ???? ??? ???. ?? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ???????? ???? ???????? ?? ??? ???????? ??? ?? ????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ??? ????? ??...

    This was worth reading. Some of the language was a little flowery so I will probably read it again at some point. It makes some interesting points. I wish the art was in color and not black and white since he talks so much about the significance of color especially red. It was a fast r...

    . ?? ???????? ???? ?? ?? ???? ??? . ???? ??? ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? . . ?????? ???? " ?????? ????????? " ? ????? ????? ???? ? ???? ?????? ???? ...

    ?? ??? ?????? ????? ???? ????? ? ????? ???? ???? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ? ????? ?? ??? ???? ??? ????? ? ????? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ????? ??...

    Picked this short treatise up used for cheap. Kandinsky has a lot of very interesting ideas about the relation of art and music and poetry, with some discussion of social status/interpersonal relationships (just a dash). He is a modernist through and through. The introduction is enough...

    I'm finally getting around to reading Wassily Kandinsky's Concerning the Spiritual in Art. In it, the artist explains his plans for the ascent of spiritually fulfilling and expressive art that surpasses mere replication of natural form. This is not to say that Kandinsky is in favor of ...

    ????????, ??? ????? ??????? book, it's not you, it's me - ? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ???? ? ???? ??????-?????????? ? ???-???????. ????????. ? ????????? ??? ? ?????...

    ?????? ?????????? ????????, ??????????????? ????? ???. "??? ????? ??????? ?????, ???? ?????, ????? ???? ???...

    A professional artist/teacher friend of mine gave me a copy of Kandinsky's book at a recent workshop she was leading. Consider the long period of the 20th Century during which Kandinsky practiced what he preached as a "Spiritual Revolution" in art. Spiritual Revolution was a popular th...

    Resim sanat?yla ilgilenenler ve özellikle Kandinsky severler için bilgilendirici bir kitap. Yer yer sanat ve sanatç?y? da ele alm?? fakat as?l bahsedilen resim sanat?. Genel kültür için de okunabilir. ...

    kandinsky's respondeo ut the world of art, in his time, to the past, and for the future of art is widely considered one of the greatest documents on art by an artist. sure, i'll accept that. however, i believe this is more of an assault on the condition of the human spirit than a treat...

    While I?m not a fan of Kandinsky?s abstract paintings, I find his theoretical writings all the more interesting, and it is perhaps these that are his major contribution. In the first part of the book he writes about the historical movement of art as a pyramid, where the apex repres...

    ?? ???? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ????? , ??? ?? ??????? ?????? ? ????? #????? ...

    In some ways I enjoyed the two rather lengthy introductions to the book (not by Kandinsky himself) -- which put his career and ideas in a historical perspective -- more than the book itself. I read the following review from an Amazon reader. I agree with most of it, and he brings out s...

    Kandinsky is not only a painter, but also an accomplished and logical writer. He obviously was influenced by German idealistic philosophy, adhered to the position of antipositivism. It?s interesting to observe how problems of religion and occultism were at the center of his attention...

    "Il colore è il tasto. L'occhio è il martelletto. L'anima è un pianoforte con molte corde. L'artista è la mano che, toccando questo o quel tasto, fa vibrare l'anima." ...

    I read this as an e-book. I think I would have liked it better in physical form. Maybe I will reread it someday in a hard copy and see if it is the case. ...

    This is a fantastic book. Kandinsky's ideas on art and its ultimate goal are nothing short of inspirational. No matter what area of art you enjoy, whether it be music, painting or even writing; this book is completely relevant. He is an artist who is completely "in tune" with all asp...

    I read this in anticipation of possibly leading a class on Spirituality and Art...and as a primer of sorts on the early thoughts about the connection between Spirituality and the Arts, especially connected with Modern art into abstraction. Some of his thoughts are brilliian and prescie...

    I was not aware of the intrinsic relation between form and color. Plus, I found completely stimulating (just by reading) his description of contrasting colors, their antagonisms and synthesis. Apparently while yellow warmly moves, blue is coldly inert, the former expressing a bodily ex...

  • Matt
    Jan 22, 2013

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

  • P. Timothy
    Jun 08, 2009

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

    ????????? ?? ???? ? ?????????? ???? ??? ???. ?? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ???????? ???? ???????? ?? ??? ???????? ??? ?? ????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ??? ????? ??...

    This was worth reading. Some of the language was a little flowery so I will probably read it again at some point. It makes some interesting points. I wish the art was in color and not black and white since he talks so much about the significance of color especially red. It was a fast r...

    . ?? ???????? ???? ?? ?? ???? ??? . ???? ??? ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? . . ?????? ???? " ?????? ????????? " ? ????? ????? ???? ? ???? ?????? ???? ...

    ?? ??? ?????? ????? ???? ????? ? ????? ???? ???? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ? ????? ?? ??? ???? ??? ????? ? ????? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ????? ??...

    Picked this short treatise up used for cheap. Kandinsky has a lot of very interesting ideas about the relation of art and music and poetry, with some discussion of social status/interpersonal relationships (just a dash). He is a modernist through and through. The introduction is enough...

    I'm finally getting around to reading Wassily Kandinsky's Concerning the Spiritual in Art. In it, the artist explains his plans for the ascent of spiritually fulfilling and expressive art that surpasses mere replication of natural form. This is not to say that Kandinsky is in favor of ...

    ????????, ??? ????? ??????? book, it's not you, it's me - ? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ???? ? ???? ??????-?????????? ? ???-???????. ????????. ? ????????? ??? ? ?????...

    ?????? ?????????? ????????, ??????????????? ????? ???. "??? ????? ??????? ?????, ???? ?????, ????? ???? ???...

    A professional artist/teacher friend of mine gave me a copy of Kandinsky's book at a recent workshop she was leading. Consider the long period of the 20th Century during which Kandinsky practiced what he preached as a "Spiritual Revolution" in art. Spiritual Revolution was a popular th...

    Resim sanat?yla ilgilenenler ve özellikle Kandinsky severler için bilgilendirici bir kitap. Yer yer sanat ve sanatç?y? da ele alm?? fakat as?l bahsedilen resim sanat?. Genel kültür için de okunabilir. ...

    kandinsky's respondeo ut the world of art, in his time, to the past, and for the future of art is widely considered one of the greatest documents on art by an artist. sure, i'll accept that. however, i believe this is more of an assault on the condition of the human spirit than a treat...

    While I?m not a fan of Kandinsky?s abstract paintings, I find his theoretical writings all the more interesting, and it is perhaps these that are his major contribution. In the first part of the book he writes about the historical movement of art as a pyramid, where the apex repres...

    ?? ???? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ????? , ??? ?? ??????? ?????? ? ????? #????? ...

    In some ways I enjoyed the two rather lengthy introductions to the book (not by Kandinsky himself) -- which put his career and ideas in a historical perspective -- more than the book itself. I read the following review from an Amazon reader. I agree with most of it, and he brings out s...

    Kandinsky is not only a painter, but also an accomplished and logical writer. He obviously was influenced by German idealistic philosophy, adhered to the position of antipositivism. It?s interesting to observe how problems of religion and occultism were at the center of his attention...

    "Il colore è il tasto. L'occhio è il martelletto. L'anima è un pianoforte con molte corde. L'artista è la mano che, toccando questo o quel tasto, fa vibrare l'anima." ...

    I read this as an e-book. I think I would have liked it better in physical form. Maybe I will reread it someday in a hard copy and see if it is the case. ...

    This is a fantastic book. Kandinsky's ideas on art and its ultimate goal are nothing short of inspirational. No matter what area of art you enjoy, whether it be music, painting or even writing; this book is completely relevant. He is an artist who is completely "in tune" with all asp...

    I read this in anticipation of possibly leading a class on Spirituality and Art...and as a primer of sorts on the early thoughts about the connection between Spirituality and the Arts, especially connected with Modern art into abstraction. Some of his thoughts are brilliian and prescie...

  • Mel
    Aug 29, 2015

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

    ????????? ?? ???? ? ?????????? ???? ??? ???. ?? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ???????? ???? ???????? ?? ??? ???????? ??? ?? ????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ??? ????? ??...

    This was worth reading. Some of the language was a little flowery so I will probably read it again at some point. It makes some interesting points. I wish the art was in color and not black and white since he talks so much about the significance of color especially red. It was a fast r...

  • Michelle
    May 21, 2009

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

    ????????? ?? ???? ? ?????????? ???? ??? ???. ?? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ???????? ???? ???????? ?? ??? ???????? ??? ?? ????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ??? ????? ??...

    This was worth reading. Some of the language was a little flowery so I will probably read it again at some point. It makes some interesting points. I wish the art was in color and not black and white since he talks so much about the significance of color especially red. It was a fast r...

    . ?? ???????? ???? ?? ?? ???? ??? . ???? ??? ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? . . ?????? ???? " ?????? ????????? " ? ????? ????? ???? ? ???? ?????? ???? ...

    ?? ??? ?????? ????? ???? ????? ? ????? ???? ???? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ? ????? ?? ??? ???? ??? ????? ? ????? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ????? ??...

    Picked this short treatise up used for cheap. Kandinsky has a lot of very interesting ideas about the relation of art and music and poetry, with some discussion of social status/interpersonal relationships (just a dash). He is a modernist through and through. The introduction is enough...

    I'm finally getting around to reading Wassily Kandinsky's Concerning the Spiritual in Art. In it, the artist explains his plans for the ascent of spiritually fulfilling and expressive art that surpasses mere replication of natural form. This is not to say that Kandinsky is in favor of ...

  • Maria
    Feb 14, 2017

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

    ????????? ?? ???? ? ?????????? ???? ??? ???. ?? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ???????? ???? ???????? ?? ??? ???????? ??? ?? ????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ??? ????? ??...

    This was worth reading. Some of the language was a little flowery so I will probably read it again at some point. It makes some interesting points. I wish the art was in color and not black and white since he talks so much about the significance of color especially red. It was a fast r...

    . ?? ???????? ???? ?? ?? ???? ??? . ???? ??? ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? . . ?????? ???? " ?????? ????????? " ? ????? ????? ???? ? ???? ?????? ???? ...

    ?? ??? ?????? ????? ???? ????? ? ????? ???? ???? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ? ????? ?? ??? ???? ??? ????? ? ????? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ????? ??...

    Picked this short treatise up used for cheap. Kandinsky has a lot of very interesting ideas about the relation of art and music and poetry, with some discussion of social status/interpersonal relationships (just a dash). He is a modernist through and through. The introduction is enough...

    I'm finally getting around to reading Wassily Kandinsky's Concerning the Spiritual in Art. In it, the artist explains his plans for the ascent of spiritually fulfilling and expressive art that surpasses mere replication of natural form. This is not to say that Kandinsky is in favor of ...

    ????????, ??? ????? ??????? book, it's not you, it's me - ? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ???? ? ???? ??????-?????????? ? ???-???????. ????????. ? ????????? ??? ? ?????...

  • C. Vau
    Jan 10, 2010

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

    ????????? ?? ???? ? ?????????? ???? ??? ???. ?? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ???????? ???? ???????? ?? ??? ???????? ??? ?? ????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ??? ????? ??...

    This was worth reading. Some of the language was a little flowery so I will probably read it again at some point. It makes some interesting points. I wish the art was in color and not black and white since he talks so much about the significance of color especially red. It was a fast r...

    . ?? ???????? ???? ?? ?? ???? ??? . ???? ??? ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? . . ?????? ???? " ?????? ????????? " ? ????? ????? ???? ? ???? ?????? ???? ...

    ?? ??? ?????? ????? ???? ????? ? ????? ???? ???? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ? ????? ?? ??? ???? ??? ????? ? ????? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ????? ??...

    Picked this short treatise up used for cheap. Kandinsky has a lot of very interesting ideas about the relation of art and music and poetry, with some discussion of social status/interpersonal relationships (just a dash). He is a modernist through and through. The introduction is enough...

    I'm finally getting around to reading Wassily Kandinsky's Concerning the Spiritual in Art. In it, the artist explains his plans for the ascent of spiritually fulfilling and expressive art that surpasses mere replication of natural form. This is not to say that Kandinsky is in favor of ...

    ????????, ??? ????? ??????? book, it's not you, it's me - ? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ???? ? ???? ??????-?????????? ? ???-???????. ????????. ? ????????? ??? ? ?????...

    ?????? ?????????? ????????, ??????????????? ????? ???. "??? ????? ??????? ?????, ???? ?????, ????? ???? ???...

    A professional artist/teacher friend of mine gave me a copy of Kandinsky's book at a recent workshop she was leading. Consider the long period of the 20th Century during which Kandinsky practiced what he preached as a "Spiritual Revolution" in art. Spiritual Revolution was a popular th...

    Resim sanat?yla ilgilenenler ve özellikle Kandinsky severler için bilgilendirici bir kitap. Yer yer sanat ve sanatç?y? da ele alm?? fakat as?l bahsedilen resim sanat?. Genel kültür için de okunabilir. ...

    kandinsky's respondeo ut the world of art, in his time, to the past, and for the future of art is widely considered one of the greatest documents on art by an artist. sure, i'll accept that. however, i believe this is more of an assault on the condition of the human spirit than a treat...

    While I?m not a fan of Kandinsky?s abstract paintings, I find his theoretical writings all the more interesting, and it is perhaps these that are his major contribution. In the first part of the book he writes about the historical movement of art as a pyramid, where the apex repres...

    ?? ???? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ????? , ??? ?? ??????? ?????? ? ????? #????? ...

    In some ways I enjoyed the two rather lengthy introductions to the book (not by Kandinsky himself) -- which put his career and ideas in a historical perspective -- more than the book itself. I read the following review from an Amazon reader. I agree with most of it, and he brings out s...

    Kandinsky is not only a painter, but also an accomplished and logical writer. He obviously was influenced by German idealistic philosophy, adhered to the position of antipositivism. It?s interesting to observe how problems of religion and occultism were at the center of his attention...

    "Il colore è il tasto. L'occhio è il martelletto. L'anima è un pianoforte con molte corde. L'artista è la mano che, toccando questo o quel tasto, fa vibrare l'anima." ...

    I read this as an e-book. I think I would have liked it better in physical form. Maybe I will reread it someday in a hard copy and see if it is the case. ...

    This is a fantastic book. Kandinsky's ideas on art and its ultimate goal are nothing short of inspirational. No matter what area of art you enjoy, whether it be music, painting or even writing; this book is completely relevant. He is an artist who is completely "in tune" with all asp...

    I read this in anticipation of possibly leading a class on Spirituality and Art...and as a primer of sorts on the early thoughts about the connection between Spirituality and the Arts, especially connected with Modern art into abstraction. Some of his thoughts are brilliian and prescie...

    I was not aware of the intrinsic relation between form and color. Plus, I found completely stimulating (just by reading) his description of contrasting colors, their antagonisms and synthesis. Apparently while yellow warmly moves, blue is coldly inert, the former expressing a bodily ex...

    Es una belleza la forma en que Kandinsky nos describe dos elementos básicos del arte como lo son el color y la forma. La facilidad que tiene para definir los colores y las emociones que producen en el espectador es algo de no creer. Un libro bastante fácil de leer, y cortito que de...

    A powerful, lucid manifesto by Kandinsky, the famous Russian Expressionist, calling for the artist to proceed inward to cultivate the abstract expressions of the inner spirit and away from material representation. I was pleasantly surprised to discover that in addition to his obvious m...

    Memorable quote: «The artist is not born to a life of pleasure. He must live idle; he has an art to perform, and one which often proves a cross to be borne. He must realize that his every deed, feeling, and thought are raw but sure material from which his work is to arise, that he is ...

  • Cameron
    May 31, 2012

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

    ????????? ?? ???? ? ?????????? ???? ??? ???. ?? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ???????? ???? ???????? ?? ??? ???????? ??? ?? ????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ??? ????? ??...

    This was worth reading. Some of the language was a little flowery so I will probably read it again at some point. It makes some interesting points. I wish the art was in color and not black and white since he talks so much about the significance of color especially red. It was a fast r...

    . ?? ???????? ???? ?? ?? ???? ??? . ???? ??? ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? . . ?????? ???? " ?????? ????????? " ? ????? ????? ???? ? ???? ?????? ???? ...

    ?? ??? ?????? ????? ???? ????? ? ????? ???? ???? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ? ????? ?? ??? ???? ??? ????? ? ????? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ????? ??...

    Picked this short treatise up used for cheap. Kandinsky has a lot of very interesting ideas about the relation of art and music and poetry, with some discussion of social status/interpersonal relationships (just a dash). He is a modernist through and through. The introduction is enough...

    I'm finally getting around to reading Wassily Kandinsky's Concerning the Spiritual in Art. In it, the artist explains his plans for the ascent of spiritually fulfilling and expressive art that surpasses mere replication of natural form. This is not to say that Kandinsky is in favor of ...

    ????????, ??? ????? ??????? book, it's not you, it's me - ? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ???? ? ???? ??????-?????????? ? ???-???????. ????????. ? ????????? ??? ? ?????...

    ?????? ?????????? ????????, ??????????????? ????? ???. "??? ????? ??????? ?????, ???? ?????, ????? ???? ???...

    A professional artist/teacher friend of mine gave me a copy of Kandinsky's book at a recent workshop she was leading. Consider the long period of the 20th Century during which Kandinsky practiced what he preached as a "Spiritual Revolution" in art. Spiritual Revolution was a popular th...

    Resim sanat?yla ilgilenenler ve özellikle Kandinsky severler için bilgilendirici bir kitap. Yer yer sanat ve sanatç?y? da ele alm?? fakat as?l bahsedilen resim sanat?. Genel kültür için de okunabilir. ...

    kandinsky's respondeo ut the world of art, in his time, to the past, and for the future of art is widely considered one of the greatest documents on art by an artist. sure, i'll accept that. however, i believe this is more of an assault on the condition of the human spirit than a treat...

    While I?m not a fan of Kandinsky?s abstract paintings, I find his theoretical writings all the more interesting, and it is perhaps these that are his major contribution. In the first part of the book he writes about the historical movement of art as a pyramid, where the apex repres...

    ?? ???? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ????? , ??? ?? ??????? ?????? ? ????? #????? ...

    In some ways I enjoyed the two rather lengthy introductions to the book (not by Kandinsky himself) -- which put his career and ideas in a historical perspective -- more than the book itself. I read the following review from an Amazon reader. I agree with most of it, and he brings out s...

    Kandinsky is not only a painter, but also an accomplished and logical writer. He obviously was influenced by German idealistic philosophy, adhered to the position of antipositivism. It?s interesting to observe how problems of religion and occultism were at the center of his attention...

    "Il colore è il tasto. L'occhio è il martelletto. L'anima è un pianoforte con molte corde. L'artista è la mano che, toccando questo o quel tasto, fa vibrare l'anima." ...

    I read this as an e-book. I think I would have liked it better in physical form. Maybe I will reread it someday in a hard copy and see if it is the case. ...

    This is a fantastic book. Kandinsky's ideas on art and its ultimate goal are nothing short of inspirational. No matter what area of art you enjoy, whether it be music, painting or even writing; this book is completely relevant. He is an artist who is completely "in tune" with all asp...

    I read this in anticipation of possibly leading a class on Spirituality and Art...and as a primer of sorts on the early thoughts about the connection between Spirituality and the Arts, especially connected with Modern art into abstraction. Some of his thoughts are brilliian and prescie...

    I was not aware of the intrinsic relation between form and color. Plus, I found completely stimulating (just by reading) his description of contrasting colors, their antagonisms and synthesis. Apparently while yellow warmly moves, blue is coldly inert, the former expressing a bodily ex...

    Es una belleza la forma en que Kandinsky nos describe dos elementos básicos del arte como lo son el color y la forma. La facilidad que tiene para definir los colores y las emociones que producen en el espectador es algo de no creer. Un libro bastante fácil de leer, y cortito que de...

    A powerful, lucid manifesto by Kandinsky, the famous Russian Expressionist, calling for the artist to proceed inward to cultivate the abstract expressions of the inner spirit and away from material representation. I was pleasantly surprised to discover that in addition to his obvious m...

  • David
    Jul 10, 2012

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

    ????????? ?? ???? ? ?????????? ???? ??? ???. ?? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ???????? ???? ???????? ?? ??? ???????? ??? ?? ????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ??? ????? ??...

    This was worth reading. Some of the language was a little flowery so I will probably read it again at some point. It makes some interesting points. I wish the art was in color and not black and white since he talks so much about the significance of color especially red. It was a fast r...

    . ?? ???????? ???? ?? ?? ???? ??? . ???? ??? ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? . . ?????? ???? " ?????? ????????? " ? ????? ????? ???? ? ???? ?????? ???? ...

    ?? ??? ?????? ????? ???? ????? ? ????? ???? ???? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ? ????? ?? ??? ???? ??? ????? ? ????? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ????? ??...

    Picked this short treatise up used for cheap. Kandinsky has a lot of very interesting ideas about the relation of art and music and poetry, with some discussion of social status/interpersonal relationships (just a dash). He is a modernist through and through. The introduction is enough...

    I'm finally getting around to reading Wassily Kandinsky's Concerning the Spiritual in Art. In it, the artist explains his plans for the ascent of spiritually fulfilling and expressive art that surpasses mere replication of natural form. This is not to say that Kandinsky is in favor of ...

    ????????, ??? ????? ??????? book, it's not you, it's me - ? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ???? ? ???? ??????-?????????? ? ???-???????. ????????. ? ????????? ??? ? ?????...

    ?????? ?????????? ????????, ??????????????? ????? ???. "??? ????? ??????? ?????, ???? ?????, ????? ???? ???...

    A professional artist/teacher friend of mine gave me a copy of Kandinsky's book at a recent workshop she was leading. Consider the long period of the 20th Century during which Kandinsky practiced what he preached as a "Spiritual Revolution" in art. Spiritual Revolution was a popular th...

  • Þróndr
    Jan 03, 2017

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

    ????????? ?? ???? ? ?????????? ???? ??? ???. ?? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ???????? ???? ???????? ?? ??? ???????? ??? ?? ????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ??? ????? ??...

    This was worth reading. Some of the language was a little flowery so I will probably read it again at some point. It makes some interesting points. I wish the art was in color and not black and white since he talks so much about the significance of color especially red. It was a fast r...

    . ?? ???????? ???? ?? ?? ???? ??? . ???? ??? ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? . . ?????? ???? " ?????? ????????? " ? ????? ????? ???? ? ???? ?????? ???? ...

    ?? ??? ?????? ????? ???? ????? ? ????? ???? ???? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ? ????? ?? ??? ???? ??? ????? ? ????? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ????? ??...

    Picked this short treatise up used for cheap. Kandinsky has a lot of very interesting ideas about the relation of art and music and poetry, with some discussion of social status/interpersonal relationships (just a dash). He is a modernist through and through. The introduction is enough...

    I'm finally getting around to reading Wassily Kandinsky's Concerning the Spiritual in Art. In it, the artist explains his plans for the ascent of spiritually fulfilling and expressive art that surpasses mere replication of natural form. This is not to say that Kandinsky is in favor of ...

    ????????, ??? ????? ??????? book, it's not you, it's me - ? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ???? ? ???? ??????-?????????? ? ???-???????. ????????. ? ????????? ??? ? ?????...

    ?????? ?????????? ????????, ??????????????? ????? ???. "??? ????? ??????? ?????, ???? ?????, ????? ???? ???...

    A professional artist/teacher friend of mine gave me a copy of Kandinsky's book at a recent workshop she was leading. Consider the long period of the 20th Century during which Kandinsky practiced what he preached as a "Spiritual Revolution" in art. Spiritual Revolution was a popular th...

    Resim sanat?yla ilgilenenler ve özellikle Kandinsky severler için bilgilendirici bir kitap. Yer yer sanat ve sanatç?y? da ele alm?? fakat as?l bahsedilen resim sanat?. Genel kültür için de okunabilir. ...

    kandinsky's respondeo ut the world of art, in his time, to the past, and for the future of art is widely considered one of the greatest documents on art by an artist. sure, i'll accept that. however, i believe this is more of an assault on the condition of the human spirit than a treat...

    While I?m not a fan of Kandinsky?s abstract paintings, I find his theoretical writings all the more interesting, and it is perhaps these that are his major contribution. In the first part of the book he writes about the historical movement of art as a pyramid, where the apex repres...

  • Beka Sukhitashvili
    Feb 28, 2013

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

    ????????? ?? ???? ? ?????????? ???? ??? ???. ?? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ???????? ???? ???????? ?? ??? ???????? ??? ?? ????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ??? ????? ??...

    This was worth reading. Some of the language was a little flowery so I will probably read it again at some point. It makes some interesting points. I wish the art was in color and not black and white since he talks so much about the significance of color especially red. It was a fast r...

    . ?? ???????? ???? ?? ?? ???? ??? . ???? ??? ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? . . ?????? ???? " ?????? ????????? " ? ????? ????? ???? ? ???? ?????? ???? ...

    ?? ??? ?????? ????? ???? ????? ? ????? ???? ???? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ? ????? ?? ??? ???? ??? ????? ? ????? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ????? ??...

    Picked this short treatise up used for cheap. Kandinsky has a lot of very interesting ideas about the relation of art and music and poetry, with some discussion of social status/interpersonal relationships (just a dash). He is a modernist through and through. The introduction is enough...

    I'm finally getting around to reading Wassily Kandinsky's Concerning the Spiritual in Art. In it, the artist explains his plans for the ascent of spiritually fulfilling and expressive art that surpasses mere replication of natural form. This is not to say that Kandinsky is in favor of ...

    ????????, ??? ????? ??????? book, it's not you, it's me - ? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ???? ? ???? ??????-?????????? ? ???-???????. ????????. ? ????????? ??? ? ?????...

    ?????? ?????????? ????????, ??????????????? ????? ???. "??? ????? ??????? ?????, ???? ?????, ????? ???? ???...

  • Apryl Anderson
    Feb 28, 2012

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

    ????????? ?? ???? ? ?????????? ???? ??? ???. ?? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ???????? ???? ???????? ?? ??? ???????? ??? ?? ????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ??? ????? ??...

    This was worth reading. Some of the language was a little flowery so I will probably read it again at some point. It makes some interesting points. I wish the art was in color and not black and white since he talks so much about the significance of color especially red. It was a fast r...

    . ?? ???????? ???? ?? ?? ???? ??? . ???? ??? ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? . . ?????? ???? " ?????? ????????? " ? ????? ????? ???? ? ???? ?????? ???? ...

    ?? ??? ?????? ????? ???? ????? ? ????? ???? ???? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ? ????? ?? ??? ???? ??? ????? ? ????? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ????? ??...

    Picked this short treatise up used for cheap. Kandinsky has a lot of very interesting ideas about the relation of art and music and poetry, with some discussion of social status/interpersonal relationships (just a dash). He is a modernist through and through. The introduction is enough...

    I'm finally getting around to reading Wassily Kandinsky's Concerning the Spiritual in Art. In it, the artist explains his plans for the ascent of spiritually fulfilling and expressive art that surpasses mere replication of natural form. This is not to say that Kandinsky is in favor of ...

    ????????, ??? ????? ??????? book, it's not you, it's me - ? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ???? ? ???? ??????-?????????? ? ???-???????. ????????. ? ????????? ??? ? ?????...

    ?????? ?????????? ????????, ??????????????? ????? ???. "??? ????? ??????? ?????, ???? ?????, ????? ???? ???...

    A professional artist/teacher friend of mine gave me a copy of Kandinsky's book at a recent workshop she was leading. Consider the long period of the 20th Century during which Kandinsky practiced what he preached as a "Spiritual Revolution" in art. Spiritual Revolution was a popular th...

    Resim sanat?yla ilgilenenler ve özellikle Kandinsky severler için bilgilendirici bir kitap. Yer yer sanat ve sanatç?y? da ele alm?? fakat as?l bahsedilen resim sanat?. Genel kültür için de okunabilir. ...

    kandinsky's respondeo ut the world of art, in his time, to the past, and for the future of art is widely considered one of the greatest documents on art by an artist. sure, i'll accept that. however, i believe this is more of an assault on the condition of the human spirit than a treat...

    While I?m not a fan of Kandinsky?s abstract paintings, I find his theoretical writings all the more interesting, and it is perhaps these that are his major contribution. In the first part of the book he writes about the historical movement of art as a pyramid, where the apex repres...

    ?? ???? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ????? , ??? ?? ??????? ?????? ? ????? #????? ...

    In some ways I enjoyed the two rather lengthy introductions to the book (not by Kandinsky himself) -- which put his career and ideas in a historical perspective -- more than the book itself. I read the following review from an Amazon reader. I agree with most of it, and he brings out s...

    Kandinsky is not only a painter, but also an accomplished and logical writer. He obviously was influenced by German idealistic philosophy, adhered to the position of antipositivism. It?s interesting to observe how problems of religion and occultism were at the center of his attention...

    "Il colore è il tasto. L'occhio è il martelletto. L'anima è un pianoforte con molte corde. L'artista è la mano che, toccando questo o quel tasto, fa vibrare l'anima." ...

    I read this as an e-book. I think I would have liked it better in physical form. Maybe I will reread it someday in a hard copy and see if it is the case. ...

    This is a fantastic book. Kandinsky's ideas on art and its ultimate goal are nothing short of inspirational. No matter what area of art you enjoy, whether it be music, painting or even writing; this book is completely relevant. He is an artist who is completely "in tune" with all asp...

    I read this in anticipation of possibly leading a class on Spirituality and Art...and as a primer of sorts on the early thoughts about the connection between Spirituality and the Arts, especially connected with Modern art into abstraction. Some of his thoughts are brilliian and prescie...

    I was not aware of the intrinsic relation between form and color. Plus, I found completely stimulating (just by reading) his description of contrasting colors, their antagonisms and synthesis. Apparently while yellow warmly moves, blue is coldly inert, the former expressing a bodily ex...

    Es una belleza la forma en que Kandinsky nos describe dos elementos básicos del arte como lo son el color y la forma. La facilidad que tiene para definir los colores y las emociones que producen en el espectador es algo de no creer. Un libro bastante fácil de leer, y cortito que de...

    A powerful, lucid manifesto by Kandinsky, the famous Russian Expressionist, calling for the artist to proceed inward to cultivate the abstract expressions of the inner spirit and away from material representation. I was pleasantly surprised to discover that in addition to his obvious m...

    Memorable quote: «The artist is not born to a life of pleasure. He must live idle; he has an art to perform, and one which often proves a cross to be borne. He must realize that his every deed, feeling, and thought are raw but sure material from which his work is to arise, that he is ...

    Kandinsky's 'Movement of the Triangle' was precisely the visual I needed to understand this process of the collective conscience going forward, yet circling eternal revelations. Also, I agree with his discussion of the related arts, and I'm surprised that he didn't mention the 'Musica ...

  • Lisa
    Aug 27, 2018

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

    ????????? ?? ???? ? ?????????? ???? ??? ???. ?? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ???????? ???? ???????? ?? ??? ???????? ??? ?? ????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ??? ????? ??...

    This was worth reading. Some of the language was a little flowery so I will probably read it again at some point. It makes some interesting points. I wish the art was in color and not black and white since he talks so much about the significance of color especially red. It was a fast r...

    . ?? ???????? ???? ?? ?? ???? ??? . ???? ??? ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? . . ?????? ???? " ?????? ????????? " ? ????? ????? ???? ? ???? ?????? ???? ...

    ?? ??? ?????? ????? ???? ????? ? ????? ???? ???? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ? ????? ?? ??? ???? ??? ????? ? ????? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ????? ??...

    Picked this short treatise up used for cheap. Kandinsky has a lot of very interesting ideas about the relation of art and music and poetry, with some discussion of social status/interpersonal relationships (just a dash). He is a modernist through and through. The introduction is enough...

    I'm finally getting around to reading Wassily Kandinsky's Concerning the Spiritual in Art. In it, the artist explains his plans for the ascent of spiritually fulfilling and expressive art that surpasses mere replication of natural form. This is not to say that Kandinsky is in favor of ...

    ????????, ??? ????? ??????? book, it's not you, it's me - ? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ???? ? ???? ??????-?????????? ? ???-???????. ????????. ? ????????? ??? ? ?????...

    ?????? ?????????? ????????, ??????????????? ????? ???. "??? ????? ??????? ?????, ???? ?????, ????? ???? ???...

    A professional artist/teacher friend of mine gave me a copy of Kandinsky's book at a recent workshop she was leading. Consider the long period of the 20th Century during which Kandinsky practiced what he preached as a "Spiritual Revolution" in art. Spiritual Revolution was a popular th...

    Resim sanat?yla ilgilenenler ve özellikle Kandinsky severler için bilgilendirici bir kitap. Yer yer sanat ve sanatç?y? da ele alm?? fakat as?l bahsedilen resim sanat?. Genel kültür için de okunabilir. ...

    kandinsky's respondeo ut the world of art, in his time, to the past, and for the future of art is widely considered one of the greatest documents on art by an artist. sure, i'll accept that. however, i believe this is more of an assault on the condition of the human spirit than a treat...

    While I?m not a fan of Kandinsky?s abstract paintings, I find his theoretical writings all the more interesting, and it is perhaps these that are his major contribution. In the first part of the book he writes about the historical movement of art as a pyramid, where the apex repres...

    ?? ???? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ????? , ??? ?? ??????? ?????? ? ????? #????? ...

    In some ways I enjoyed the two rather lengthy introductions to the book (not by Kandinsky himself) -- which put his career and ideas in a historical perspective -- more than the book itself. I read the following review from an Amazon reader. I agree with most of it, and he brings out s...

    Kandinsky is not only a painter, but also an accomplished and logical writer. He obviously was influenced by German idealistic philosophy, adhered to the position of antipositivism. It?s interesting to observe how problems of religion and occultism were at the center of his attention...

    "Il colore è il tasto. L'occhio è il martelletto. L'anima è un pianoforte con molte corde. L'artista è la mano che, toccando questo o quel tasto, fa vibrare l'anima." ...

    I read this as an e-book. I think I would have liked it better in physical form. Maybe I will reread it someday in a hard copy and see if it is the case. ...

  • Ben
    Nov 04, 2011

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

    ????????? ?? ???? ? ?????????? ???? ??? ???. ?? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ???????? ???? ???????? ?? ??? ???????? ??? ?? ????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ??? ????? ??...

    This was worth reading. Some of the language was a little flowery so I will probably read it again at some point. It makes some interesting points. I wish the art was in color and not black and white since he talks so much about the significance of color especially red. It was a fast r...

    . ?? ???????? ???? ?? ?? ???? ??? . ???? ??? ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? . . ?????? ???? " ?????? ????????? " ? ????? ????? ???? ? ???? ?????? ???? ...

    ?? ??? ?????? ????? ???? ????? ? ????? ???? ???? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ? ????? ?? ??? ???? ??? ????? ? ????? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ????? ??...

    Picked this short treatise up used for cheap. Kandinsky has a lot of very interesting ideas about the relation of art and music and poetry, with some discussion of social status/interpersonal relationships (just a dash). He is a modernist through and through. The introduction is enough...

    I'm finally getting around to reading Wassily Kandinsky's Concerning the Spiritual in Art. In it, the artist explains his plans for the ascent of spiritually fulfilling and expressive art that surpasses mere replication of natural form. This is not to say that Kandinsky is in favor of ...

    ????????, ??? ????? ??????? book, it's not you, it's me - ? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ???? ? ???? ??????-?????????? ? ???-???????. ????????. ? ????????? ??? ? ?????...

    ?????? ?????????? ????????, ??????????????? ????? ???. "??? ????? ??????? ?????, ???? ?????, ????? ???? ???...

    A professional artist/teacher friend of mine gave me a copy of Kandinsky's book at a recent workshop she was leading. Consider the long period of the 20th Century during which Kandinsky practiced what he preached as a "Spiritual Revolution" in art. Spiritual Revolution was a popular th...

    Resim sanat?yla ilgilenenler ve özellikle Kandinsky severler için bilgilendirici bir kitap. Yer yer sanat ve sanatç?y? da ele alm?? fakat as?l bahsedilen resim sanat?. Genel kültür için de okunabilir. ...

    kandinsky's respondeo ut the world of art, in his time, to the past, and for the future of art is widely considered one of the greatest documents on art by an artist. sure, i'll accept that. however, i believe this is more of an assault on the condition of the human spirit than a treat...

    While I?m not a fan of Kandinsky?s abstract paintings, I find his theoretical writings all the more interesting, and it is perhaps these that are his major contribution. In the first part of the book he writes about the historical movement of art as a pyramid, where the apex repres...

    ?? ???? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ????? , ??? ?? ??????? ?????? ? ????? #????? ...

    In some ways I enjoyed the two rather lengthy introductions to the book (not by Kandinsky himself) -- which put his career and ideas in a historical perspective -- more than the book itself. I read the following review from an Amazon reader. I agree with most of it, and he brings out s...

    Kandinsky is not only a painter, but also an accomplished and logical writer. He obviously was influenced by German idealistic philosophy, adhered to the position of antipositivism. It?s interesting to observe how problems of religion and occultism were at the center of his attention...

    "Il colore è il tasto. L'occhio è il martelletto. L'anima è un pianoforte con molte corde. L'artista è la mano che, toccando questo o quel tasto, fa vibrare l'anima." ...

    I read this as an e-book. I think I would have liked it better in physical form. Maybe I will reread it someday in a hard copy and see if it is the case. ...

    This is a fantastic book. Kandinsky's ideas on art and its ultimate goal are nothing short of inspirational. No matter what area of art you enjoy, whether it be music, painting or even writing; this book is completely relevant. He is an artist who is completely "in tune" with all asp...

  • Heba TariQ
    Apr 01, 2014

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

    ????????? ?? ???? ? ?????????? ???? ??? ???. ?? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ???????? ???? ???????? ?? ??? ???????? ??? ?? ????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ??? ????? ??...

    This was worth reading. Some of the language was a little flowery so I will probably read it again at some point. It makes some interesting points. I wish the art was in color and not black and white since he talks so much about the significance of color especially red. It was a fast r...

    . ?? ???????? ???? ?? ?? ???? ??? . ???? ??? ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? . . ?????? ???? " ?????? ????????? " ? ????? ????? ???? ? ???? ?????? ???? ...

    ?? ??? ?????? ????? ???? ????? ? ????? ???? ???? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ? ????? ?? ??? ???? ??? ????? ? ????? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ????? ??...

    Picked this short treatise up used for cheap. Kandinsky has a lot of very interesting ideas about the relation of art and music and poetry, with some discussion of social status/interpersonal relationships (just a dash). He is a modernist through and through. The introduction is enough...

    I'm finally getting around to reading Wassily Kandinsky's Concerning the Spiritual in Art. In it, the artist explains his plans for the ascent of spiritually fulfilling and expressive art that surpasses mere replication of natural form. This is not to say that Kandinsky is in favor of ...

    ????????, ??? ????? ??????? book, it's not you, it's me - ? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ???? ? ???? ??????-?????????? ? ???-???????. ????????. ? ????????? ??? ? ?????...

    ?????? ?????????? ????????, ??????????????? ????? ???. "??? ????? ??????? ?????, ???? ?????, ????? ???? ???...

    A professional artist/teacher friend of mine gave me a copy of Kandinsky's book at a recent workshop she was leading. Consider the long period of the 20th Century during which Kandinsky practiced what he preached as a "Spiritual Revolution" in art. Spiritual Revolution was a popular th...

    Resim sanat?yla ilgilenenler ve özellikle Kandinsky severler için bilgilendirici bir kitap. Yer yer sanat ve sanatç?y? da ele alm?? fakat as?l bahsedilen resim sanat?. Genel kültür için de okunabilir. ...

    kandinsky's respondeo ut the world of art, in his time, to the past, and for the future of art is widely considered one of the greatest documents on art by an artist. sure, i'll accept that. however, i believe this is more of an assault on the condition of the human spirit than a treat...

    While I?m not a fan of Kandinsky?s abstract paintings, I find his theoretical writings all the more interesting, and it is perhaps these that are his major contribution. In the first part of the book he writes about the historical movement of art as a pyramid, where the apex repres...

    ?? ???? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ????? , ??? ?? ??????? ?????? ? ????? #????? ...

  • Bill
    Apr 11, 2012

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

    ????????? ?? ???? ? ?????????? ???? ??? ???. ?? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ???????? ???? ???????? ?? ??? ???????? ??? ?? ????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ??? ????? ??...

    This was worth reading. Some of the language was a little flowery so I will probably read it again at some point. It makes some interesting points. I wish the art was in color and not black and white since he talks so much about the significance of color especially red. It was a fast r...

    . ?? ???????? ???? ?? ?? ???? ??? . ???? ??? ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? . . ?????? ???? " ?????? ????????? " ? ????? ????? ???? ? ???? ?????? ???? ...

    ?? ??? ?????? ????? ???? ????? ? ????? ???? ???? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ? ????? ?? ??? ???? ??? ????? ? ????? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ????? ??...

    Picked this short treatise up used for cheap. Kandinsky has a lot of very interesting ideas about the relation of art and music and poetry, with some discussion of social status/interpersonal relationships (just a dash). He is a modernist through and through. The introduction is enough...

    I'm finally getting around to reading Wassily Kandinsky's Concerning the Spiritual in Art. In it, the artist explains his plans for the ascent of spiritually fulfilling and expressive art that surpasses mere replication of natural form. This is not to say that Kandinsky is in favor of ...

    ????????, ??? ????? ??????? book, it's not you, it's me - ? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ???? ? ???? ??????-?????????? ? ???-???????. ????????. ? ????????? ??? ? ?????...

    ?????? ?????????? ????????, ??????????????? ????? ???. "??? ????? ??????? ?????, ???? ?????, ????? ???? ???...

    A professional artist/teacher friend of mine gave me a copy of Kandinsky's book at a recent workshop she was leading. Consider the long period of the 20th Century during which Kandinsky practiced what he preached as a "Spiritual Revolution" in art. Spiritual Revolution was a popular th...

    Resim sanat?yla ilgilenenler ve özellikle Kandinsky severler için bilgilendirici bir kitap. Yer yer sanat ve sanatç?y? da ele alm?? fakat as?l bahsedilen resim sanat?. Genel kültür için de okunabilir. ...

    kandinsky's respondeo ut the world of art, in his time, to the past, and for the future of art is widely considered one of the greatest documents on art by an artist. sure, i'll accept that. however, i believe this is more of an assault on the condition of the human spirit than a treat...

    While I?m not a fan of Kandinsky?s abstract paintings, I find his theoretical writings all the more interesting, and it is perhaps these that are his major contribution. In the first part of the book he writes about the historical movement of art as a pyramid, where the apex repres...

    ?? ???? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ????? , ??? ?? ??????? ?????? ? ????? #????? ...

    In some ways I enjoyed the two rather lengthy introductions to the book (not by Kandinsky himself) -- which put his career and ideas in a historical perspective -- more than the book itself. I read the following review from an Amazon reader. I agree with most of it, and he brings out s...

  • Quiver
    Sep 24, 2018

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

  • Roy Lotz
    Mar 03, 2015

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

  • Hesam Bagheri
    Nov 21, 2015

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

    ????????? ?? ???? ? ?????????? ???? ??? ???. ?? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ???????? ???? ???????? ?? ??? ???????? ??? ?? ????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ??? ????? ??...

    This was worth reading. Some of the language was a little flowery so I will probably read it again at some point. It makes some interesting points. I wish the art was in color and not black and white since he talks so much about the significance of color especially red. It was a fast r...

    . ?? ???????? ???? ?? ?? ???? ??? . ???? ??? ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? . . ?????? ???? " ?????? ????????? " ? ????? ????? ???? ? ???? ?????? ???? ...

    ?? ??? ?????? ????? ???? ????? ? ????? ???? ???? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ? ????? ?? ??? ???? ??? ????? ? ????? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ????? ??...

  • Luís C.
    Aug 20, 2014

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

  • Yana Milenkova
    Feb 07, 2018

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

    ????????? ?? ???? ? ?????????? ???? ??? ???. ?? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ???????? ???? ???????? ?? ??? ???????? ??? ?? ????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ??? ????? ??...

    This was worth reading. Some of the language was a little flowery so I will probably read it again at some point. It makes some interesting points. I wish the art was in color and not black and white since he talks so much about the significance of color especially red. It was a fast r...

    . ?? ???????? ???? ?? ?? ???? ??? . ???? ??? ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? . . ?????? ???? " ?????? ????????? " ? ????? ????? ???? ? ???? ?????? ???? ...

    ?? ??? ?????? ????? ???? ????? ? ????? ???? ???? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ? ????? ?? ??? ???? ??? ????? ? ????? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ????? ??...

    Picked this short treatise up used for cheap. Kandinsky has a lot of very interesting ideas about the relation of art and music and poetry, with some discussion of social status/interpersonal relationships (just a dash). He is a modernist through and through. The introduction is enough...

    I'm finally getting around to reading Wassily Kandinsky's Concerning the Spiritual in Art. In it, the artist explains his plans for the ascent of spiritually fulfilling and expressive art that surpasses mere replication of natural form. This is not to say that Kandinsky is in favor of ...

    ????????, ??? ????? ??????? book, it's not you, it's me - ? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ???? ? ???? ??????-?????????? ? ???-???????. ????????. ? ????????? ??? ? ?????...

    ?????? ?????????? ????????, ??????????????? ????? ???. "??? ????? ??????? ?????, ???? ?????, ????? ???? ???...

    A professional artist/teacher friend of mine gave me a copy of Kandinsky's book at a recent workshop she was leading. Consider the long period of the 20th Century during which Kandinsky practiced what he preached as a "Spiritual Revolution" in art. Spiritual Revolution was a popular th...

    Resim sanat?yla ilgilenenler ve özellikle Kandinsky severler için bilgilendirici bir kitap. Yer yer sanat ve sanatç?y? da ele alm?? fakat as?l bahsedilen resim sanat?. Genel kültür için de okunabilir. ...

    kandinsky's respondeo ut the world of art, in his time, to the past, and for the future of art is widely considered one of the greatest documents on art by an artist. sure, i'll accept that. however, i believe this is more of an assault on the condition of the human spirit than a treat...

    While I?m not a fan of Kandinsky?s abstract paintings, I find his theoretical writings all the more interesting, and it is perhaps these that are his major contribution. In the first part of the book he writes about the historical movement of art as a pyramid, where the apex repres...

    ?? ???? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ????? , ??? ?? ??????? ?????? ? ????? #????? ...

    In some ways I enjoyed the two rather lengthy introductions to the book (not by Kandinsky himself) -- which put his career and ideas in a historical perspective -- more than the book itself. I read the following review from an Amazon reader. I agree with most of it, and he brings out s...

    Kandinsky is not only a painter, but also an accomplished and logical writer. He obviously was influenced by German idealistic philosophy, adhered to the position of antipositivism. It?s interesting to observe how problems of religion and occultism were at the center of his attention...

  • Reza Gharibi
    Oct 15, 2015

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

    ????????? ?? ???? ? ?????????? ???? ??? ???. ?? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ???????? ???? ???????? ?? ??? ???????? ??? ?? ????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ??? ????? ??...

  • Flor
    Nov 30, 2015

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

    ????????? ?? ???? ? ?????????? ???? ??? ???. ?? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ???????? ???? ???????? ?? ??? ???????? ??? ?? ????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ??? ????? ??...

    This was worth reading. Some of the language was a little flowery so I will probably read it again at some point. It makes some interesting points. I wish the art was in color and not black and white since he talks so much about the significance of color especially red. It was a fast r...

    . ?? ???????? ???? ?? ?? ???? ??? . ???? ??? ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? . . ?????? ???? " ?????? ????????? " ? ????? ????? ???? ? ???? ?????? ???? ...

    ?? ??? ?????? ????? ???? ????? ? ????? ???? ???? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ? ????? ?? ??? ???? ??? ????? ? ????? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ????? ??...

    Picked this short treatise up used for cheap. Kandinsky has a lot of very interesting ideas about the relation of art and music and poetry, with some discussion of social status/interpersonal relationships (just a dash). He is a modernist through and through. The introduction is enough...

    I'm finally getting around to reading Wassily Kandinsky's Concerning the Spiritual in Art. In it, the artist explains his plans for the ascent of spiritually fulfilling and expressive art that surpasses mere replication of natural form. This is not to say that Kandinsky is in favor of ...

    ????????, ??? ????? ??????? book, it's not you, it's me - ? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ???? ? ???? ??????-?????????? ? ???-???????. ????????. ? ????????? ??? ? ?????...

    ?????? ?????????? ????????, ??????????????? ????? ???. "??? ????? ??????? ?????, ???? ?????, ????? ???? ???...

    A professional artist/teacher friend of mine gave me a copy of Kandinsky's book at a recent workshop she was leading. Consider the long period of the 20th Century during which Kandinsky practiced what he preached as a "Spiritual Revolution" in art. Spiritual Revolution was a popular th...

    Resim sanat?yla ilgilenenler ve özellikle Kandinsky severler için bilgilendirici bir kitap. Yer yer sanat ve sanatç?y? da ele alm?? fakat as?l bahsedilen resim sanat?. Genel kültür için de okunabilir. ...

    kandinsky's respondeo ut the world of art, in his time, to the past, and for the future of art is widely considered one of the greatest documents on art by an artist. sure, i'll accept that. however, i believe this is more of an assault on the condition of the human spirit than a treat...

    While I?m not a fan of Kandinsky?s abstract paintings, I find his theoretical writings all the more interesting, and it is perhaps these that are his major contribution. In the first part of the book he writes about the historical movement of art as a pyramid, where the apex repres...

    ?? ???? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ????? , ??? ?? ??????? ?????? ? ????? #????? ...

    In some ways I enjoyed the two rather lengthy introductions to the book (not by Kandinsky himself) -- which put his career and ideas in a historical perspective -- more than the book itself. I read the following review from an Amazon reader. I agree with most of it, and he brings out s...

    Kandinsky is not only a painter, but also an accomplished and logical writer. He obviously was influenced by German idealistic philosophy, adhered to the position of antipositivism. It?s interesting to observe how problems of religion and occultism were at the center of his attention...

    "Il colore è il tasto. L'occhio è il martelletto. L'anima è un pianoforte con molte corde. L'artista è la mano che, toccando questo o quel tasto, fa vibrare l'anima." ...

    I read this as an e-book. I think I would have liked it better in physical form. Maybe I will reread it someday in a hard copy and see if it is the case. ...

    This is a fantastic book. Kandinsky's ideas on art and its ultimate goal are nothing short of inspirational. No matter what area of art you enjoy, whether it be music, painting or even writing; this book is completely relevant. He is an artist who is completely "in tune" with all asp...

    I read this in anticipation of possibly leading a class on Spirituality and Art...and as a primer of sorts on the early thoughts about the connection between Spirituality and the Arts, especially connected with Modern art into abstraction. Some of his thoughts are brilliian and prescie...

    I was not aware of the intrinsic relation between form and color. Plus, I found completely stimulating (just by reading) his description of contrasting colors, their antagonisms and synthesis. Apparently while yellow warmly moves, blue is coldly inert, the former expressing a bodily ex...

    Es una belleza la forma en que Kandinsky nos describe dos elementos básicos del arte como lo son el color y la forma. La facilidad que tiene para definir los colores y las emociones que producen en el espectador es algo de no creer. Un libro bastante fácil de leer, y cortito que de...

  • Ä°zel Özdemircan
    Sep 04, 2018

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

    ????????? ?? ???? ? ?????????? ???? ??? ???. ?? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ???????? ???? ???????? ?? ??? ???????? ??? ?? ????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ??? ????? ??...

    This was worth reading. Some of the language was a little flowery so I will probably read it again at some point. It makes some interesting points. I wish the art was in color and not black and white since he talks so much about the significance of color especially red. It was a fast r...

    . ?? ???????? ???? ?? ?? ???? ??? . ???? ??? ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? . . ?????? ???? " ?????? ????????? " ? ????? ????? ???? ? ???? ?????? ???? ...

    ?? ??? ?????? ????? ???? ????? ? ????? ???? ???? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ? ????? ?? ??? ???? ??? ????? ? ????? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ????? ??...

    Picked this short treatise up used for cheap. Kandinsky has a lot of very interesting ideas about the relation of art and music and poetry, with some discussion of social status/interpersonal relationships (just a dash). He is a modernist through and through. The introduction is enough...

    I'm finally getting around to reading Wassily Kandinsky's Concerning the Spiritual in Art. In it, the artist explains his plans for the ascent of spiritually fulfilling and expressive art that surpasses mere replication of natural form. This is not to say that Kandinsky is in favor of ...

    ????????, ??? ????? ??????? book, it's not you, it's me - ? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ???? ? ???? ??????-?????????? ? ???-???????. ????????. ? ????????? ??? ? ?????...

    ?????? ?????????? ????????, ??????????????? ????? ???. "??? ????? ??????? ?????, ???? ?????, ????? ???? ???...

    A professional artist/teacher friend of mine gave me a copy of Kandinsky's book at a recent workshop she was leading. Consider the long period of the 20th Century during which Kandinsky practiced what he preached as a "Spiritual Revolution" in art. Spiritual Revolution was a popular th...

    Resim sanat?yla ilgilenenler ve özellikle Kandinsky severler için bilgilendirici bir kitap. Yer yer sanat ve sanatç?y? da ele alm?? fakat as?l bahsedilen resim sanat?. Genel kültür için de okunabilir. ...

  • Narjes Dorzade
    Jan 18, 2018

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

    ????????? ?? ???? ? ?????????? ???? ??? ???. ?? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ???????? ???? ???????? ?? ??? ???????? ??? ?? ????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ??? ????? ??...

    This was worth reading. Some of the language was a little flowery so I will probably read it again at some point. It makes some interesting points. I wish the art was in color and not black and white since he talks so much about the significance of color especially red. It was a fast r...

    . ?? ???????? ???? ?? ?? ???? ??? . ???? ??? ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? . . ?????? ???? " ?????? ????????? " ? ????? ????? ???? ? ???? ?????? ???? ...

  • Chiara Bressan
    Sep 29, 2018

    Über das Geistige in der Kunst = Concerning the spiritual in art, Wassily Kandinsky ????? ?????? ?????: ???? ? ??? ??? ?????? ??? 1997 ?????? ?????: ?????? ?? ???? ???????: ?????? ?????????? ?????...

    What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise. If you've ever been tempted to bronze your subjective aesthetic and mount it in the museum between philosophy and science, this will be there to remind you how nearly impossible it is to pull off. Kand...

    Theory is the lamp which sheds light on the petrified ideas of yesterday and of the more distant past. The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Back then, I really didn?t have much appreciation for visual art, least of all abstract paintings. Neve...

    A wonderful essay both plain and in his writing of a philosophical and very strong reflexive reach. What are works of art, if not a genuine internal cry artists? In that sense they also speak to the audience, in many ways; color or form in painting, for example. It is interesting to co...

    I hit my artistic peak with my rendering of my uncle?s Conan the Barbarian upper arm tattoo (complete with blood splatter) when I was eight. Truly appreciating art always seemed like the province of finer souls. A secret protected on par with gypsy divination and Shamrock shakes. I g...

    To me, Kandinsky is the Kandinsky from the Bauhaus period, when his paintings were dominated by abstract compositions comprising lines, circles, triangles, and bold colours. Though Concerning the Spiritual in Art was written some ten years prior, the book may as well be about the explo...

    ????????? ?? ???? ? ?????????? ???? ??? ???. ?? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ???????? ???? ???????? ?? ??? ???????? ??? ?? ????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ??? ????? ??...

    This was worth reading. Some of the language was a little flowery so I will probably read it again at some point. It makes some interesting points. I wish the art was in color and not black and white since he talks so much about the significance of color especially red. It was a fast r...

    . ?? ???????? ???? ?? ?? ???? ??? . ???? ??? ????? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ?????? ?? . . ?????? ???? " ?????? ????????? " ? ????? ????? ???? ? ???? ?????? ???? ...

    ?? ??? ?????? ????? ???? ????? ? ????? ???? ???? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ? ????? ?? ??? ???? ??? ????? ? ????? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ????? ??...

    Picked this short treatise up used for cheap. Kandinsky has a lot of very interesting ideas about the relation of art and music and poetry, with some discussion of social status/interpersonal relationships (just a dash). He is a modernist through and through. The introduction is enough...

    I'm finally getting around to reading Wassily Kandinsky's Concerning the Spiritual in Art. In it, the artist explains his plans for the ascent of spiritually fulfilling and expressive art that surpasses mere replication of natural form. This is not to say that Kandinsky is in favor of ...

    ????????, ??? ????? ??????? book, it's not you, it's me - ? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ???? ? ???? ??????-?????????? ? ???-???????. ????????. ? ????????? ??? ? ?????...

    ?????? ?????????? ????????, ??????????????? ????? ???. "??? ????? ??????? ?????, ???? ?????, ????? ???? ???...

    A professional artist/teacher friend of mine gave me a copy of Kandinsky's book at a recent workshop she was leading. Consider the long period of the 20th Century during which Kandinsky practiced what he preached as a "Spiritual Revolution" in art. Spiritual Revolution was a popular th...

    Resim sanat?yla ilgilenenler ve özellikle Kandinsky severler için bilgilendirici bir kitap. Yer yer sanat ve sanatç?y? da ele alm?? fakat as?l bahsedilen resim sanat?. Genel kültür için de okunabilir. ...

    kandinsky's respondeo ut the world of art, in his time, to the past, and for the future of art is widely considered one of the greatest documents on art by an artist. sure, i'll accept that. however, i believe this is more of an assault on the condition of the human spirit than a treat...

    While I?m not a fan of Kandinsky?s abstract paintings, I find his theoretical writings all the more interesting, and it is perhaps these that are his major contribution. In the first part of the book he writes about the historical movement of art as a pyramid, where the apex repres...

    ?? ???? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ????? , ??? ?? ??????? ?????? ? ????? #????? ...

    In some ways I enjoyed the two rather lengthy introductions to the book (not by Kandinsky himself) -- which put his career and ideas in a historical perspective -- more than the book itself. I read the following review from an Amazon reader. I agree with most of it, and he brings out s...

    Kandinsky is not only a painter, but also an accomplished and logical writer. He obviously was influenced by German idealistic philosophy, adhered to the position of antipositivism. It?s interesting to observe how problems of religion and occultism were at the center of his attention...

    "Il colore è il tasto. L'occhio è il martelletto. L'anima è un pianoforte con molte corde. L'artista è la mano che, toccando questo o quel tasto, fa vibrare l'anima." ...