Tánc. A Mozgásmüvészet könyve. / Tánc. A Mozgásművészet könyve. Angelo, Hugo Erfurth (Dresden) és Máté Olga felvételeivel. (Dance. The Book of Art of Motion. With photographs by Angelo, Hugo Erfurth and Olga Máté.). Olga Szentpál, Márius dr Rabinovszky.
Tánc. A Mozgásmüvészet könyve. / Tánc. A Mozgásművészet könyve. Angelo, Hugo Erfurth (Dresden) és Máté Olga felvételeivel. (Dance. The Book of Art of Motion. With photographs by Angelo, Hugo Erfurth and Olga Máté.)
Tánc. A Mozgásmüvészet könyve. / Tánc. A Mozgásművészet könyve. Angelo, Hugo Erfurth (Dresden) és Máté Olga felvételeivel. (Dance. The Book of Art of Motion. With photographs by Angelo, Hugo Erfurth and Olga Máté.)
Modern Dance – Photography

Tánc. A Mozgásmüvészet könyve. / Tánc. A Mozgásművészet könyve. Angelo, Hugo Erfurth (Dresden) és Máté Olga felvételeivel. (Dance. The Book of Art of Motion. With photographs by Angelo, Hugo Erfurth and Olga Máté.)

Budapest: Általános Nyomda, Könyv- és Lapkiadó Rt. 1928. First edition. In original paper with photographic label on front cover. 100, (4) p., 28 plates of photographies. / In fine condition.

Olga Szentpál (1895–1968) was a Hungarian pioneer of modern dance, choreographer, teacher and theoretician of dance. After her studies at the Hungarian Academy of Music she gained her diploma at Émile Jacque-Dalcroze’s (the founder of eurhythmics) school in Hellerau. She became involved into the modernist art scene through her husband Márius Rabinovszky (1895–1953); Hungarian art historian, art critic), and into modernist theatre as a teacher of Academy of Drama and Film in Budapest. She opened her own school in 1919 and established the Szentpál Dance Group in 1926.

The book is illustrated by reproductions of works by the German photographer Hugo Erfuth (1874–1946), the Hungarian Olga Máté (1878–1961) and Angelo (Pál; Pinkász Funk, 1894–1974) the Italian origin Hungarian photographer and cinematographer. Disciple of Aladár Székely, the most important photographer of his time in Hungary. In the beginning of his career he was the cinematographer and assistant of Michael Curtiz.

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Price: €800.00

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