Anna Cassel & Hilma af Klint. Stockholm 1913

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On the very first exhibition of the abstract work of Hilma af Klint and her life-long friend, artistic partner and facilitator Anna Cassel at the exhibition of the European Confederation of Theosophical Societies in Europe, Stockholm 1913.

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This book discusses the very first exhibition of the abstract work of Hilma af Klint and her life-long friend, artistic partner and facilitator Anna Cassel at the exhibition of the European Confederation of Theosophical Societies in Europe, in Stockholm in 1913.

The analysis of the exhibition has led to surprising discoveries. It provides essential corrections on the work of Hilma af Klint, of Anna Cassel and of the groups in which they operated. The 1913 exhibition functions as a starting point for a more elaborate discussion of the ideological backgrounds of the work; shifts in orientation, the networks in which the artists operated which have influenced the artists; and the reception history of Hilma af Klint, which has incorrectly determined and influenced the interpretation of the work until this day.

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