Friedrich Kiesler is one of the great visionary architects of the 20th century. After studying at the Technical University and the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, he moved to New York in 1926. He developed an oeuvre which remains a source of inspiration for architects and artists to this day. The book presents a holistic view of Kiesler's work as a conceptual unit - using works, sketches, drawings, photos, and texts.
Chr. Thun-Hohenstein, MAK Vienna; D. Bogner, Kiesler-Stiftung Vienna; M. Lind, Tensta Konsthall Stockholm, B. Vischer, MAK Vienna
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225 colour illustrations, 225 farb. Abb.
Christian Thun-Hohenstein, Dieter Bogner, Maria Lind