In 1922, three young men created the avant-garde magazine 7 Arts intended to promote the arts, and even more, their synthesis through architecture and cinema, which brought them all together.
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|Author||Stéphane Boudin-Lestienne, Alexandre Mare, Yaron Pesztat, Iwan Strauven|
|Number of pages||340|
|Language||Bilingue Français / English|
|Dimensions||305 x 225|
Exhibition Catalogue 7 arts - Belgian avant-garde (1922-1928), presented at CIVA, Brussels (May 19 - August 9, 2020).
Pierre Bourgeois, poet, his brother Victor, architect and Pierre-Louie Flouquet, painter, were soon joined by Georges Monier, composer, and Karel Maes, painter, engraver and designer of furniture. "The five" immediately brought together the Belgian avant-garde and placed their magazine at the very heart of the European avant-garde.
Thus, throughout its six years of publication, the main protagonists of the Belgian and international art scene will rub shoulders in the pages of the magazine: De Stijl, the Bauhaus, the purists, the constructivists, the futurists and so many. other defenders of geometric abstraction which they will call Pure Plastic. Their ambition: to bring the arts into all dimensions of modern urban life and, in doing so, to succeed in transforming it.
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