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Google Doodle Honours German Artist Oskar Schlemmer On His 130th Birthday

Google doodle honours German artist Oscar Schlemmer honors on his 130th birthday

Google doodle: The tribute to Oskar Schlemmer's is prevalent around balancing mechanical creatures in their work, metal masks.
Google doodle honours German artist Oscar Schlemmer honors on his 130th birthday
Google doodle honours German artist Oscar Schlemmer honors on his 130th birthday

New Delhi: German painter, sculptor and choreographer Oscar Schlamer will celebrate his 130th birthday today. To celebrate his birth anniversary, Google doodle has honored him with tribute. The most famous work of a misguided artist is "Triadish Ballet", in which artists are transferred from normal to geometrical shapes. In slat dances and treppenwitz, artists' apparel make them into living sculpture, such as part of the scene.

Google's doodle is similar to how the artist-choreographer will present his unusual ballet. Google added the dedication to the artist, "With three dancers, 12 movements and 18 costumes, the innovative approach of Oscar Schlumberer's ballet broke with all traditions to explore the relationship between body and space in new and exciting ways. He described performance as "artistic spiritual math," and "party and party in form."

Doodles also reflect on their work, propagate mechanical organisms around metal masks.

Schlamer's ideas on art were also complex and challenging for the progressive Bauhaus movement. The Bauhaus movement was a German school of art which was jointly combined with crafts and fine arts from 1919 to 1933, and was famous for its design and teaching approach. His work, however, was widely displayed both outside of Germany and the country.

His work was denied pure abstraction, but to maintain the human spirit, even though not in emotional sense but considering the physical structure of humans. He showed the body as architectural forms, which reduced the figure of a rhythmic game between convex, concave and flat surfaces. Simultaneously, apart from the large body of work, shammer art theories have also been published.

Schlemker died in Baden-Baden in 1943. Google doodle salutes Oscar Schlemker's talent on his birth anniversary.
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