Hilma af klint

(1862 - 1944)

Hilma af Klint (født 26. oktober1862ar en svenskkunstner, antroposof og pioner indenfor abstrakt maleri. Hun indgik i gruppen De fem og hendes systematiske malerier er visuelle repræsentationer af komplekse filosofiske idéer. Hilma af Klint er en for mange ukendt person i den svenske kunsthistorie[2].

He was affiliated with Pressens Magasin and Ekstrabladet. Around 1920 he also contributed to satirical magazines such as Klods-Hans, Exlex and especially Svikmøllen. In the 1920s he worked for a few years in Paris for the satirical magazine Le Rire, and after returning home he became an employee at Berlingske Tidende and BT He has also made a number of posters and lithographs as well as decorations for the Royal Theater and the Co-optimist revues.

The poster for the new giant cinema Kinopalæet in Copenhagen was designed in 1918 by Børge Biilman-Petersen, who in the same year was involved in a controversy over what the ideal poster should look like. The debate arose from a large poster exhibition in the City Hall in Copenhagen, which he criticized in the magazine Sort paa Hvidt. This poster is one of his best and an appropriate post in the debate. It shows the fashionable couple of the time, she with a fur chair and he with a high hat and cigarette in silhouette, seen on the way to the city’s brand new giant cinema in Frederiksberg.

Børge Biilman-Petersen’s last work was a gable advertisement for the department store Crome & Goldschmidt, which after his death was completed by his close friend, the illustrator Ib Andersen (1907-1969).



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