About: Jannon Stein

I'm a research assistant in the Publications department of the Getty Research Institute, where I've worked on over 15 books as well as the website. I'm interested in German-Jewish cultural history, the history of the avant-garde, radio and sound art, and swimming pool architecture.

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Abstract Films from the 1920s: Making Rhythm Visible

G: An Avant-Garde Journal of Art, Architecture, Design, and Film, 1923-1926

Berlin, circa 1921: The painter Hans Richter turns his talents to film and produces one of the earliest abstract films, Rhythmus 21. Clocking in at just over three minutes, it’s a significant departure from the newsreels, romances, cliff-hangers, and penny-dreadfuls… More»

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      Can’t even with the Resurrection.

      Intense drama, saturated colors, and bold gestures amplify this emotional and significant moment in the Bible. 

      Detail of The Resurrection, 1612, Pieter Lastman. J. Paul Getty Museum.

      01/31/15

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