Introduction
Karel Teige (13 December 1900 – 1 October 1951) was a Czech modernist avant-garde artist, writer, critic and one of the most important figures of the 1920s and 1930s movement. He was a member of the Devětsil (Butterbur) movement in the 1920s and also worked as an editor and graphic designer for Devětsil's monthly magazine ReD (Revue Devětsilu). One of his major works on architecture theory is The Minimum Dwelling (1932).
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Q1377687
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Introduction
Czech writer, critic and artist.
Nationalities
Czech, Bohemian, German
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Author, Writer, Critic, Typographer, Collagist, Photographer, Theorist
Name
Karel Teige
Ulan
500001148
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