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Movie Review: Beyond the Visible: Hilma af Klint
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Beyond the Visible: Hilma af Klint
Documentary by Halina Dryschka
Year: 2019; Origin: Germany
Runtime: 93 mins; Color
Language: English, German, and Swedish
Subtitles: English
Studio: Zeitgeist Films
Release date: April 17, 2020

Vasily Kandinsky and Piet Mondrian are credited with pioneering the European abstract art movement and their highly influential early 20th century works have long been integrated into our pop culture. But in recent years, it’s come to light that another artist — a woman, in fact — actually began creating abstract paintings before Kandinsky. That person was Hilma af Klint, the subject of a new documentary from Zeitgeist Films.

Beyond the Visible: Hilma af Klint, which opens virtually this weekend, explores the life and works of this truly pioneering Swedish artist, who took her first foray into abstract painting in 1906, several years before Kandinsky. She even died the same year as Kandinsky and Mondrian (1944). So why has this visionary never been credited until recently?

Through interviews with current artists, art and science historians and curators, and af Klint’s surviving relatives, along with up-close looks at and readings from journals entries, sketches, and paintings, director Halina Dryschka seeks to introduce the world to this little-known artist who broke gender boundaries of the time, created a new art style, and died in obscurity.

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Dwayne Johnson Announces Release Date For ‘Black Adam’ Movie
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For a long time, at least since 2007, Dwayne Johnson has promised us that there would be a Black Adam movie, with him starring in the title role.

It’s not exactly clear what the delays were that prevented the film from being released earlier, but it is starting to look like it finally has a solid release date. More on the report below.

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Martin Ansin’s Awesome ‘Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse’ Mondo Poster Available Now For A Limited Time
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The fifth MondoCon has come to a close, and some of those weren’t able to attend the event in Austin, Texas, are anxious to get their hands on those highly sought-after pieces. While some pieces sell out quickly, even in an instant, there are times where fans have the opportunity to get them thanks to a timed release. Now the art company has given those who missed the event the chance to get a coveted piece. It was recently revealed that a new print of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse by Martin Ansin will be given a timed-release. Read on for details on out how you can get it.

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Alan Robert Unleashes ‘The Beauty Of Horror: Christmas Clay-Massacre’ Video
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If The Nightmare Before Christmas was unleashed onto the world of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer while on bath salts, you might get the imagery shown in Alan Robert‘s latest gory and graphic adult coloring book, Beauty of Horror: Ghosts of Christmas, which releases on October 30, 2018.

Many might know Alan Robert as the bassist for New York hardcore band Life of Agony. His artistic nature turned to graphic novels and his Beauty of Horror series adult coloring book from IDW Publishing.

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Mondo Gallery Celebrating “Marvel Studios: The First Ten Years” With New Art Show
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Marvel Studios has been entertaining their fans with incredible storytelling for the past ten years. In that time, we saw arcs building up to monumental superhero ensemble events like the Avengers films.

And now, Mondo will be celebrating all of that with “Marvel Studios: The First Ten Years” gallery show. Check out the first look at one of the pieces that will appear in the show below.

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