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MONDRIAN

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9783836553308
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Less was more for Piet Mondrian. With his strictly limited pictorial elements—the colors red, yellow, and blue, black lines, white space—he sought a ‘universal harmony’ and created a whole new domain of avant-garde abstraction. This essential guide presents Mondrian's pioneering oeuvre, as well as his works of fashion and design, from White Stripes album covers to haute-couture dresses.

Abstract pioneer
Harmonies in red, yellow, and blue

A key figure in the international avant-garde, Piet Mondrian (1872–1944) was at once an extraordinary painter and leading art theoretician whose influence resonates to this day. Coining the term “Neo-plasticism”, he pursued a style of painting composed only of primary colors against a grid of black vertical and horizontal lines and a white base background.

Mondrian’s vision was that this essential painting would help to achieve a society in which art as such has no place, but rather exists for the total realization of “beauty.” With stints in Amsterdam, Paris, London, and New York, Mondrian drew upon the modern metropolis and modern music, especially jazz, as points of inspiration. In 1917, he cofounded De Stijl, originally a publication, and subsequently a circle of practitioners, committed to a strictly geometrical art of horizontals and verticals.

With key works and succinct texts, this introductory book presents Mondrian's distinctive and pioneering oeuvre, an abiding inspiration for fashion, art, architecture, and design, from White Stripes album covers to Yves Saint Laurent dresses.

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Автор Susanne Deicher
Страници 96
Корица твърда
Език английски
Година 2023
Дата на получаване 6.02.2024 г.
Издателство TASCHEN
ID на книга 30115330
ISBN 9783836553308
Категории Живопис и скулптура
Книги на английски език
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