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Naslov:Skupina DHLM
Avtorji:Cigut, Natalija (Avtor)
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Datoteke:.pdf MAG_Cigut_Natalija_2017.pdf (3,42 MB)
 
Jezik:Slovenski jezik
Vrsta gradiva:Magistrsko delo/naloga (mb22)
Tipologija:2.09 - Magistrsko delo
Organizacija:FF - Filozofska fakulteta
Opis:Skupina DHLM je delovala med leti 1970–1974. Ustanovili so jo likovni umetniki, ki so izhajali iz obrobja slovenskega prostora. Prekmurje je imelo v takratnem času še vedno videz provincialnega okolja, kar se je odražalo tudi na kulturno-umetniškem področju. Ladislav Danč (1932–1979), Štefan Hauko (roj. 1935), Lojze Logar (1944–2014) in Franc Mesarič (roj. 1938) so na začetku sedemdesetih let dvajsetega stoletja ustanovili likovno skupino, ki je spremenila likovno dogajanje v Prekmurju. Ko so končali s študijem na Likovni akademiji v Ljubljani, so se vsi, razen Logarja, ki je nadaljeval študij na grafični specialki, vrnili v domače okolje. V iskanju lastnega likovnega izraza so se povezali v skupino, ki pa ni bila programsko zasnovana, ampak je bila ustvarjena na podlagi prijateljstva in iskanja raznolikih likovnih poti. Umetniki so skupaj razstavljali in posledično poskrbeli za zanimivo likovno dogajanje v Prekmurju in ostali Sloveniji. Skupni nastop jim je omogočil tudi večjo prepoznavnost ter možnosti nadaljnjega razstavljanja. V času njihovega ustvarjanja in osnovanja skupine so na slovenski likovni prostor iz zahoda prodirale nove likovne smeri, ki so jih v svoja dela na različne načine vključevali tudi umetniki iz skupine. Najbolj je bil pri tem dosleden Logar, ki ga je navdihnil popart. Njegova popartistična dela so pomemben segment v razumevanju poparta v Sloveniji. Logar je bil med vsemi umetniki iz skupine tudi najbolj prepoznaven, saj si je že pred ustanovitvijo skupine zagotovil pomembno mesto v slovenski likovni umetnosti takratnega časa. Logar je imel tako že pred skupnim nastopom izoblikovan likovni program, ki je vključeval vsakdanjost in popularni svet. V času delovanja skupine je Danč začel v svoja dela vključevati modernistične prvine in je naredil številna dela, ki vsebujejo ekspresionistične in simbolistične elemente. V osnovi je izhajal iz pokrajine, ki jo je upodabljal s pomočjo geometrijskih in organskih form. Hauko se je ukvarjal s figuraliko, ki ga je zanimala predvsem vsebinsko. Njegova dela so prežeta z melanholijo in temami, kot sta življenje in smrt. Mesarič je, podobno kot Logar, izhajal iz vsakdanjosti. Sprva je bil njegov likovni izraz zelo ekspresiven, kasneje pa ga je začela zanimati mestna pokrajina. Najprej je ta pokrajina sestavljena iz geometrijskih teles, kasneje pa se na njegova dela naselijo dejanski mestni prostori, ki so upodobljeni skrajno realistično. Mesarič se je s temi deli močno približal hiperrealizmu. Skupina DHLM je prenehala obstajati leta 1974. Zatem so umetniki vsak zase nadaljevali svoje likovne poti. Skupina je bila vsekakor pomembna iztočnica za njihovo nadaljnje ustvarjanje. Doprinesla jim je prepoznavnost ter jim pomagala pri izoblikovanju likovnega izraza. Skupina je pustila velik pečat v prekmurski in tudi slovenski likovni umetnosti; posledično so bili člani skupine vključeni v slovenske likovne preglede. Tudi prekmurski likovni prostor se je z njihovim delovanjem uveljavil in postal razstavno aktivnejši. Umetniki so v prekmurski likovni prostor vnesli moderne likovne tokove, hkrati pa so prispevali k večji prepoznavnosti prekmurskega likovnega dogajanja. Njihova vloga je bila vsekakor velika in si zasluži podrobno obravnavo.
Ključne besede:skupina DHLM, Ladislav Danč, Štefan Hauko, Lojze Logar, Franc Mesarič, svetovna likovna umetnost po drugi svetovni vojni, slovenska likovna umetnost po drugi svetovni vojni, prekmurska likovna umetnost 20. stoletja
Leto izida:2017
Založnik:[N. Cigut]
Izvor:Maribor
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Sekundarni jezik

Jezik:Angleški jezik
Naslov:Group DHLM
Opis:The DHLM group was active between 1970 and 1974. It was founded by artists who came from peripheral Slovene places. At that time, Prekmurje still had the image of a provincial place, which was visible in the cultural-artistic field as well. At the beginning of the 1970s, Ladislav Danč (1932–1979), Štefan Hauko (born 1935), Lojze Logar (1944–2014), and Franc Mesarič (born 1938) founded a group that changed the artistic activity in Prekmurje. After they had finished their studies at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Ljubljana, all except Logar, who continued his studies and specialized in graphic arts, returned home. In the search for their own artistic expression, they assembled in a group that was not based on a programme; rather, it was created on the basis of friendship and search for different artistic paths. The artists exhibited together and hence enabled an interesting artistic activity in Prekmurje and the rest of Slovenia. A joint performance also enabled them to gain greater recognition and the possibility of further exhibitions. At the time of their artistic creation and forming of the group, new art movements were penetrating the Slovene scene of visual arts, and the artists from the group were including them into their work as well. This was being done most consistently by Logar, who was inspired by pop-art. His pop-art works have an important role in understanding pop-art in Slovenia. Among all artists in the group, Logar was the most recognizable, since he had already ensured his significant position in the Slovene visual arts of that time before the group was founded. Hence, before their joint performance, Logar had had an elaborate artistic programme, which included casualness and the popular world. At the time of the group’s artistic activity, Danč began to include modernist elements into his works and made several creations that consisted of expressionist and symbolist components. Basically, his work was inspired by landscape, which he depicted using geometric and organic forms. Hauko engaged in figurative art, which interested him especially content-wise. His works are imbued with melancholy and themes such as life and death. Similar to Logar, Mesarič was inspired by casualness. At first, his artistic manifestation was very expressive, but later, he became interested in urban landscape. At the beginning, this landscape is made of geometric figures, but later, his works become occupied with actual urban places, which are depicted extremely realistically. With these works, Mesarič came very close to hyperrealism. The DHLM group ceased to exist in 1974. After that, the artists proceeded with their artistic activities individually, but their further work certainly has its roots in the group. It had contributed to their recognition and helped them to develop their artistic expression. The group has left a significant mark on the Slovene visual-arts scene; therefore, the members of the group have been included into Slovene art overviews. Thanks to their artistic activity, the art scene of Prekmurje has also become more active exhibition-wise. The artists brought modern artistic currents to Prekmurje, and they contributed to greater recognition of Prekmurje’s artistic activity. They certainly had a significant role, which deserves a detailed discussion.
Ključne besede:the DHLM group, Ladislav Danč, Štefan Hauko, Lojze Logar, Franc Mesarič, world art after the Second World War, Slovene visual arts after the Second World War, visual arts of Prekmurje in the 20th century


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