Kosmos Rudolf Steiner 5.2 - 22.5.2011
The 150th Anniversary Exhibition
Alchemy of the Everyday
@ Kunstmuseum, Stuttgart, G...
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Foyer of the Kunstmuseum, Stuttgart, Germany
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Entering the Kosmos with image of Rudolf Steiner working on the timber sculpture The Representative of Humanity (1919)
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Plaster model for the sculpture The Representative of Humanity by Rudolf Steiner and Edith Maryon (detail)
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Portrait of Rudolf Steiner by D Huschke (1906) detail
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Rudolf Steiner was one of the most prolific authors of the twentieth century
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First edition of The Philosophy of Freedom by Rudolf Steiner, 1894, Berlin
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Anthroposophic furniture
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Goethe’s Plants edited by Rudolf Steiner (1891-1896)
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Anthroposophic furniture, photo of the Goetheanum at the rear, desk to the right (c 1935)
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Anthroposophic furniture, photo of Haus Duldek at the rear, model of the Boiler House of the Goetheanum at the left
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Anthroposophic furniture created for Haus Duldek, with photo of Haus Duldek at the rear
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Anthroposophic wardrobe (Organische gestaltung = Organic design)
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Anthroposophic furniture (wardrobe, 1920s)
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Model of the Goetheanum I (c.1919) (building construction began 1913, building destroyed by fire 1922)
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Blackboard drawing by Rudolf Steiner with motifs of the Goetheanum II (1924)
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Model of the Goetheanum II
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Poster advertising a Eurythmy performance at the Goetheanum (1926)
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The original Waldorf School, Stuttgart (1919)
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Model of new building for the Waldorf school at Stuttgart (2003)
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Blackboard drawing by Rudolf Steiner (1923)
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Blackboard drawing by Rudolf Steiner (1924)
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The manor house at Koberwitz (now Kobierzyce), venue for Rudolf Steiner’s Agriculture Course in 1924
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First edition of Rudolf Steiner’s Agriculture Course, 1924, in German
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Early Demeter biodynamic farmers stirring the preparations (Germany c.1935)
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View of Schlossplatz (Stuttgart’s city square) from Kosmos
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View of Schlossplatz (Stuttgart’s city square) from Kosmos
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The Rudolf Steiner exhibition, Alchemy of the Everyday, is designed as a travelling exhibition with visits to other cities...
Bibliography
Brüderlin, M., & Groos, U. (Eds.). (2010). Rudolf Steiner and Contemporary Art. Cologne: DuMont
Buchverlag.
K...
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Rudolf Steiner, Alchemy of the Everyday, is a major retrospective exhibition of the most prolific of twentieth century philosophers. It is a travelling exhibition created by the Vittra Design Museum, in Weil am Rhein, Germany (near Basle, Switzerland).

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  • Kosmos Rudolf Steiner 5.2 - 22.5.2011
    The 150th Anniversary Exhibition
    Alchemy of the Everyday
    @ Kunstmuseum, Stuttgart, Germany
    by Vitra Design Museum, Basel
    Photographs of the exhibition by John Paull
    [email_address]
  • Rudolf Steiner - Alchemy of the Everyday ... The first large retrospective of the work of this universal artist and thinker.
    In 300 books and several thousand lectures Steiner expressed his views on all the important topics of life”
  • Foyer of the Kunstmuseum, Stuttgart, Germany
  • Entering the Kosmos with image of Rudolf Steiner working on the timber sculpture The Representative of Humanity (1919)
  • Plaster model for the sculpture The Representative of Humanity by Rudolf Steiner and Edith Maryon (detail)
  • Portrait of Rudolf Steiner by D Huschke (1906) detail
  • Rudolf Steiner was one of the most prolific authors of the twentieth century
  • First edition of The Philosophy of Freedom by Rudolf Steiner, 1894, Berlin
  • Anthroposophic furniture
  • Goethe’s Plants edited by Rudolf Steiner (1891-1896)
  • Anthroposophic furniture, photo of the Goetheanum at the rear, desk to the right (c 1935)
  • Anthroposophic furniture, photo of Haus Duldek at the rear, model of the Boiler House of the Goetheanum at the left
  • Anthroposophic furniture created for Haus Duldek, with photo of Haus Duldek at the rear
  • Anthroposophic wardrobe (Organische gestaltung = Organic design)
  • Anthroposophic furniture (wardrobe, 1920s)
  • Model of the Goetheanum I (c.1919) (building construction began 1913, building destroyed by fire 1922)
  • Blackboard drawing by Rudolf Steiner with motifs of the Goetheanum II (1924)
  • Model of the Goetheanum II
  • Poster advertising a Eurythmy performance at the Goetheanum (1926)
  • The original Waldorf School, Stuttgart (1919)
  • Model of new building for the Waldorf school at Stuttgart (2003)
  • Blackboard drawing by Rudolf Steiner (1923)
  • Blackboard drawing by Rudolf Steiner (1924)
  • The manor house at Koberwitz (now Kobierzyce), venue for Rudolf Steiner’s Agriculture Course in 1924
  • First edition of Rudolf Steiner’s Agriculture Course, 1924, in German
  • Early Demeter biodynamic farmers stirring the preparations (Germany c.1935)
  • View of Schlossplatz (Stuttgart’s city square) from Kosmos
  • View of Schlossplatz (Stuttgart’s city square) from Kosmos
  • The Rudolf Steiner exhibition, Alchemy of the Everyday, is designed as a travelling exhibition with visits to other cities
  • BibliographyBrüderlin, M., & Groos, U. (Eds.). (2010). Rudolf Steiner and Contemporary Art. Cologne: DuMont Buchverlag.Kries, M., & Vegesack, A. v. (Eds.). (2010). Rudolf Steiner ‐ Alchemy of the Everyday. Weil am Rhein: Vitra Design Museum.
    Neider, A., & Schukraft, H. (2011). Rudolf Steiner in Stuttgart. Stuttgart: Belser Gesellschaft.Paull, J. (2011). A Postcard from Stuttgart: Rudolf Steiner's 150th anniversary exhibition 'Kosmos'. Journal of Bio-Dynamics Tasmania, 103(Sept.), 8-11.
    http://orgprints.org/19512/1/Paull2011KosmosJBDT.pdfPaull, J. (2011). The secrets of Koberwitz: The diffusion of Rudolf Steiner’s Agriculture Course and the founding of Biodynamic Agriculture. Journal of Social Research & Policy, 2(1), 19-29.
    http://orgprints.org/19518/1/Paull2011SecretsJSRP.pdfPaull, J. (2011). Attending the first organic agriculture course: Rudolf Steiner’s Agriculture Course at Koberwitz, 1924. European Journal of Social Sciences, 21(1), 64-70.
    http://orgprints.org/18809/1/Paull2011KoberwitzEJSS.pdfPaull, J. (2011). Biodynamic Agriculture: The journey from Koberwitz to the World, 1924-1938. Journal of Organic Systems, 6(1), 27-41.
    http://orgprints.org/18836/1/Paull2011KoberwitzJOS.pdfPaull, J. (2011). Rudolf Steiner and the Oxford Conference: The birth of Waldorf education in Britain. European Journal of Educational Studies, 3(1), 53-66.
    http://orgprints.org/18835/1/Paull2011OxfordEJES.pdfSteiner, R. (1924). Landwirtschaftlicher Kursus gehalten zu Koberwitz 7. bis 16. Juni 1924. Dornach: Herausgegeben von der naturwissenschaftlichen Sektion am Goetheanum.
    Steiner, R. (1924). Landwirtschaftlicher Kursus gehalten zu Koberwitz 7. bis 16. Juni 1924. Dornach: Herausgegeben von der naturwissenschaftlichen Sektion am Goetheanum.
    Steiner, R. (1924). Landwirtschaftlicher Kursus gehalten zu Koberwitz 7. bis 16. Juni 1924. Dornach: Herausgegeben von der naturwissenschaftlichen Sektion am Goetheanum.
    Steiner, R. (1924). Landwirtschaftlicher Kursus gehalten zu Koberwitz 7. bis 16. Juni 1924. Dornach: Herausgegeben von der naturwissenschaftlichen Sektion am Goetheanum.
  • Rudolf Steiner Exhibition - Alchemy of the Everyday - Kosmos - Stuttgart - Photographs by John Paull

    1. 1. Kosmos Rudolf Steiner 5.2 - 22.5.2011 The 150th Anniversary Exhibition Alchemy of the Everyday @ Kunstmuseum, Stuttgart, Germany byVitra Design Museum, Basel A photographic review of the exhibition by John Paull john.paull@mail.com 1
    2. 2. 2
    3. 3. Foyer of the Kunstmuseum, Stuttgart, Germany 3
    4. 4. Entering the Kosmos with image of Rudolf Steiner working on the timber sculpture The Representative of Humanity (1919) 4
    5. 5. Plaster model for the sculpture The Representative of Humanity by Rudolf Steiner and Edith Maryon (detail) 5
    6. 6. Portrait of Rudolf Steiner by D Huschke (1906) detail 6
    7. 7. Rudolf Steiner was one of the most prolific authors of the twentieth century 7
    8. 8. First edition of The Philosophy of Freedom by Rudolf Steiner, 1894, Berlin 8
    9. 9. Anthroposophic furniture 9
    10. 10. Goethe’s Plants edited by Rudolf Steiner (1891-1896) 10
    11. 11. Anthroposophic furniture, photo of the Goetheanum at the rear, desk to the right (c 1935) 11
    12. 12. Anthroposophic furniture, photo of Haus Duldek at the rear, model of the Boiler House of the Goetheanum at the left 12
    13. 13. Anthroposophic furniture created for Haus Duldek, with photo of Haus Duldek at the rear 13
    14. 14. Anthroposophic wardrobe (Organische gestaltung = Organic design) 14
    15. 15. Anthroposophic furniture (wardrobe, 1920s) 15
    16. 16. Model of the Goetheanum I (c.1919) (building construction began 1913, building destroyed by fire 1922) 16
    17. 17. Blackboard drawing by Rudolf Steiner with motifs of the Goetheanum II (1924) 17
    18. 18. Model of the Goetheanum II 18
    19. 19. Poster advertising a Eurythmy performance at the Goetheanum (1926) 19
    20. 20. The original Waldorf School, Stuttgart (1919) 20
    21. 21. Model of new building for the Waldorf school at Stuttgart (2003) 21
    22. 22. Blackboard drawing by Rudolf Steiner (1923) 22
    23. 23. Blackboard drawing by Rudolf Steiner (1924) 23
    24. 24. The manor house at Koberwitz (now Kobierzyce), venue for Rudolf Steiner’s Agriculture Course in 1924 24
    25. 25. First edition of Rudolf Steiner’s Agriculture Course, 1924, in German 25
    26. 26. Early Demeter biodynamic farmers stirring the preparations (Germany c.1935) 26
    27. 27. View of Schlossplatz (Stuttgart’s city square) from Kosmos 27
    28. 28. View of Schlossplatz (Stuttgart’s city square) from Kosmos 28
    29. 29. The Rudolf Steiner exhibition, Alchemy of the Everyday, is designed as a travelling exhibition with visits to other cities 29
    30. 30. Bibliography Brüderlin, M., & Groos, U. (Eds.). (2010). Rudolf Steiner and Contemporary Art. Cologne: DuMont Buchverlag. Kries, M., & Vegesack, A. v. (Eds.). (2010). Rudolf Steiner ‐ Alchemy of the Everyday. Weil am Rhein: Vitra Design Museum. Neider, A., & Schukraft, H. (2011). Rudolf Steiner in Stuttgart. Stuttgart: Belser Gesellschaft. Paull, J. (2011). A Postcard from Stuttgart: Rudolf Steiner's 150th anniversary exhibition 'Kosmos'. Journal of Bio-Dynamics Tasmania, 103(Sept.), 8-11. http://orgprints.org/19512/1/Paull2011KosmosJBDT.pdf Paull, J. (2011). The secrets of Koberwitz: The diffusion of Rudolf Steiner’s Agriculture Course and the founding of Biodynamic Agriculture. Journal of Social Research & Policy, 2(1), 19-29. http://orgprints.org/19518/1/Paull2011SecretsJSRP.pdf Paull, J. (2011). Attending the first organic agriculture course: Rudolf Steiner’s Agriculture Course at Koberwitz, 1924. European Journal of Social Sciences, 21(1), 64-70. http://orgprints.org/18809/1/Paull2011KoberwitzEJSS.pdf Paull, J. (2011). Biodynamic Agriculture: The journey from Koberwitz to the World, 1924-1938. Journal of Organic Systems, 6(1), 27-41. http://orgprints.org/18836/1/Paull2011KoberwitzJOS.pdf Paull, J. (2011). Rudolf Steiner and the Oxford Conference: The birth of Waldorf education in Britain. European Journal of Educational Studies, 3(1), 53-66. http://orgprints.org/18835/1/Paull2011OxfordEJES.pdf Steiner, R. (1924). Landwirtschaftlicher Kursus gehalten zu Koberwitz 7. bis 16. Juni 1924. Dornach: " Herausgegeben von der naturwissenschaftlichen Sektion am Goetheanum. 30

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