Moï Ver Raviv 10 Books Photo Palestine Israel Germany Bauhaus Judaica Jewish Art. 10 Books with Photos or Cover. Rare Books sought after by collectors. “The Ghetto Lane in Wilna”. With preface by S. Published by the Histadrut Youth Center, Tel Aviv, 1931. 191 pages, Hard illustrated cover, 12 X 16.5 cm. Condition: Cover slight stained and slight rubbed. Few pages slight stained. “Chevraya, HaNoar HaOved” picture book. Photographs and editing M. Book with about 70 photographs documenting the activities. “Histadrut HaNoar HaOved” in Eretz Israel. Tel-Aviv: BaMa’aleh, publishing house, 1935. 64 pp, 17.5 X 24.6 cm. Condition: Foxing cover and first pages. Two tears in the first two pages near the spine. Cover with some wear and tear. Dedication by ink in the first page. “The scroll of the Histadrut”. Photographs and Diagrams by M. Published by the Youth Center of the Histadrut, Tel-Aviv, 1935. 110 pp, 20 X 15.3 cm, Soft illustrated cover. Condition: Cover slight stained on the back. Stamp on some pages. Name of the owner by ink on the spine. By Bracha Chabas and Moshe Vorobeichik =. Published by the Histadrut Youth Center, Tel Aviv, 1939. Cover, map, and picture arrangement M. Zoltan Kluger and others. 190 pages, 15.5 X 20.5 cm. Condition: Cover and some pages slight. Cover slight wrinkled/rubbed at the edges, otherwise very fine. “The Fence Builders in The North”. Bracha Chabas and Moshe Vorobeichik =. 152 pages, 17.5 X 22.4 cm. Condition: Cover and p. Ages slight Browned/stained by time. “To the Upper Galilee”. Vorobeichik and Arie – Plastica. 191 pages, 12.2 X 16.7 cm. Condition: Cover and some. “The ascent, the defense, the clinging”. Kibbutz Hanita was established on 21 March 1938. As part of the Tower and Stockade operation. During the 1936-39 Arab revolt. Photographs: Most by Arie Pek. Soft cover, 192 pages, 13.3 X 18.8 cm. Condition: Cover and pages slight stained/browned. And cover slight rubbed. Published by the Histadrut Youth Center, Tel Aviv, 1940. Soft cover, 111 pages, 15.1 X 20,3 cm. Condition: Cover and first pages slight stained/browned. And cover slight rubbed at the edge. With library sticker on the spine, otherwise fine. Kibbutz that founded by Zionist youth from the. Hashomer Hatzair and Hehalutz Movements. Published by the Histadrut Center, Tel Aviv, 1937. The Cover & Photographs by M. Soft cover, 128 pages, 14.3 X 19.4 cm. Condition: Cover with some wear & tear. Cover and first page with library marks. 50 years of Jewish body culture. Published by the Histadrut Center. 191 pages, 23 X 14.9 cm. Condition: Cover and pages slight stained/browned by time. Front cover wrinkled near the spine. Please see photos for details and condition. And feel free to inquire if in doubt. Raviv-Vorobeichic Moshe = (Moï Ver). Born in 1904, Raviv-Vorobeichic Moshe = (Moï Ver). Painter and Photographer had studied painting in Vilnius. Before his 1927 arrival at Dessau, where he took courses. With Paul Klee , Wassily Kandinsky , and Joseph Albers. But his experiments with photography, and the heady. Influence of Laszló Moholy-Nagy, diverted him to Paris and. The école Technique de Photographie et de Cinématographie. His work, particularly in book form, is a sophisticated blend. Of the two mediums: cinematic montage and photographic. Multiple exposure find common ground in Paris, which seems. Less a book than a film within covers. Published by the art-book. Press editions Jeanne Walter and featuring an introduction by. Fernand Léger, the book that introduced Moï Ver to the world is. Exhilaratingly eccentric, definitively avant-garde… Moï Ver’s Paris is a city in motion, hurtling almost out of control. Cobblestone streets, bustling crowds, façades, railway tracks. Bridges, the glittering river, and countless monuments shift. Nearly every photograph is sandwiched with. At least one and sometimes several others for an effect that. Sends image fragments ricocheting within the frame like. Reflections in several mirrors at once. Its as if each picture. Embodied both a memory and a premonition–history compressed. Like energy, and just as explosive (Vince Aletti, in Roth). Alongside “Paris” of course his. From 1931 “The Ghetto Lane in Wilna”. Raviv-Vorobeichic Moshe (Moï Ver) immigrated to Israel-Palestine. In 1947, and was a founder of Artists Colony in Safed. He continued with avant-garde photography and photo montage. In the books he designed and edited, alongside of course his. Photography book “The Ghetto Lane in Wilna”. Deid in Israel in 1995. Look for my other Jewish Books up now. Thank you, and good luck. The item “Moï Ver Raviv 10 Books Photo Palestine Israel Germany Bauhaus Judaica Jewish Art” is in sale since Sunday, October 18, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Religion & Spirituality\Judaism\Books”. The seller is “israeliana” and is located in Center. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Country/Region of Manufacture: Israel
- Religion: Judaism