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David Rabinowitch: Birth of Romanticism Drawings

Text by Erich Franz.

Featured image is reproduced from <a href="9780935875249.html">David Rabinowitch: Birth of Romanticism drawings</a>.Birth of Romanticism presents works on paper by Canadian artist David Rabinowitch (born 1943). These incorporate a range of techniques such as charcoal, graphite, oil pastel and water-based paint as well as collages with sandpaper and vellum. Rabinowitch's longstanding preoccupation with reduced geometric forms (such as the circle or the square) is continued here with a new richness of color palette.

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"In the new drawings with the overarching title Birth of Romanticism, Rabinowitch created a tension between quick motion (of the creation as well as of the seeing apprehension) and the timeless determinacy (of elementary concepts of form) like never before. These drawings seem to have been produced with breathless haste- and yet still generate a coherent architecture from countless precise visual attitudes and references- a bottomless architecture, built solely from the momentary connections, amalgamations and differentiations of its autonomous elements. The fixed nature of the planar forms and their linear outlining movements and material layerings give rise to an unsettling, almost painful opposition. This only dissipates amidst the confluent intensity of the whole in which the perceptions of the elements are superimposed in simultaneous competition. Each of these drawings presents itself as a permanent momentariness, as a pulsating spluttering of all formations, each with its own distinctiveness and impulsivity, temporally apprehended by the viewer - with a gaze that does not wander or classify, but which is challenged with relentlessly mounting intensity. They are not drawings to be merely regarded, but to also be experienced and with which the individual himself is compelled to act - in a personal inner drama of seeing."

Erich Franz, excerpted from David Rabinowitch: Birth of Romanticism drawings.

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David Rabinowitch: Birth of Romanticism Drawings

DAVID RABINOWITCH: BIRTH OF ROMANTICISM DRAWINGS

Text by Erich Franz.

PETER BLUM EDITION, NEW YORK

ISBN: 9780935875249
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Pub Date: 4/30/2011
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David Rabinowitch: Carved Woodblock Monotypes 1962

DAVID RABINOWITCH: CARVED WOODBLOCK MONOTYPES 1962

Edited by Peter Blum. Essay by Kenneth Baker.

PETER BLUM EDITION, NEW YORK

ISBN: 9780935875218
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Pub Date: 1/2/2004
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David Rabinowitch: Construction Of Vision

DAVID RABINOWITCH: CONSTRUCTION OF VISION

Contributions by Erich Franz, Walter Klepac.

RICHTER VERLAG

ISBN: 9783928762960
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Pub Date: 5/2/2000
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