'A key text in the history of modernism' -Guardian
--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
To open the mind and the heart, and give fresh hope to the world.
It has been one of the best insights into modern art, its transcendence to the spiritual and its relationship to music and the philosophy of the times.
It is a very subjective and very compelling view of the direction art should take, avoiding the superficial pitfalls that were all so common.
Kandinsky was a tippy dude, and you could say that this is his manifesto for his unique artwork. It is easy to see the relationship after reading this to Walter Benjamin's article... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Elle Burkhart
Great insight into creativity.....the art of one's heart and mind as seen through a great artist's lens. A read for beginning artists and those of experience.Published 24 days ago by Dianna Woolley
In this edition of Kandinsky's "Concerning the Spiritual in Art", the author spells out his philosophy on creativity and painting, making it extremely interesting. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Maria
The best book to gain an understanding and appreciation for abstract and non-representational art! A classic.Published 1 month ago by suspenders7
This is rather esoteric and difficult to follow. I love color theory and spirituality, but this book didn't live up to my expectations. Perhaps something lost in translation.Published 6 months ago by Mary Koons
thinking about art in ways that are still challenging and thought-provokingPublished 6 months ago by Sarah Cox