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Anna Blume ist rot
Colour as an event
positionen essays poems
language German
144 pages
Düsseldorf 2007
EUR 26.-
Queredo-Publisher
ISBN 978-3-00-021255-0

»There are painters who paint the sun as a yellow spot, but there
are others who, due to their art and intelligence, change a yellow
spot into the sun«. Pablo Picasso

In »Anna Blume ist rot« the Düsseldorf Designer Irmgard Sonnen combines positions, essays and poems about colours from the fields of the graphic arts, poetry and perception-psychology.
Poignant statements by German and international artists: Yves Klein, Jackson Pollock, Pablo Picasso, Wassily Kandinsky, Mark Rothko, Gerhard Richter and many more underline the vividness
of colour.
The closeness to poetry and language becomes visible through
male and female poets who have devoted themselves to the phaenomenological and atmospheric variety of a colour for example, Rose Ausländer, Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Elisabeth Borchers,
Rolf Dieter Brinkmann, Niklas Stiller and others.
Irmgard Sonnen combines poetry and colour and offers manifold potential to stimulate the reader who is interested in the arts, as
well as design and teaching. »Everybody can paint red and blue
but the essence of painting lies in the areas that can no longer be classified simply as colour«. Emil Schumacher

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anna blume ist rotanna blume ist rot
anna blume ist rotanna blume ist rot