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Zurich Concrete artists

Zurich Concrete artists Concrete Art In 1930, the Dutch artist Theo van Doesburg established art concrèt, according to which the composition...
Ivan SERPA

Ivan Serpa Brazilian painter

Ivan Serpa Brazilian painter Ivan Ferreira Serpa was a Brazilian painter, draftsman, printmaker, designer, and educator active in the concrete art movement. Much of...
Fernando Cocchiarale artwork

Breakthrough: A conversation with Fernando Cocchiarale about the exhibition “Ruptura” and the foundation of...

Breakthrough: A conversation with Fernando Cocchiarale about the exhibition “Ruptura” and the foundation of Concrete art BY CYNTHIA GARCIA Judith Lauand (1922), Espiral...
Concrete art, Constructivism, Constructivism

CONCRETE ART

arte concreto CONCRETE ART In 1930, Dutch artist Theo Van Doesburg and four of his friends openly declared war on every kind of impressionism, sensibility...
Richard Paul Lohse

The Fantastic Four: Zurich Concrete and Special Friends

The Fantastic Four: Zurich Concrete and Special Friends BY QUINN LATIMER Richard Paul Lohse Fünfzehn systematische Farbreihen innerhalb eines symetrischen Systems (Fifteen Systematic Colour...
Concrete art, Constructivism, Constructivism

What is “Concrete Art?”

What is “Concrete Art?” There are several major works of Concrete Art in the Ricola Collection. The Zurich Concretists Max Bill (1908–1994), Camille Graeser (1892–1980), Verena Loewensberg (1912–1986), and...
Lygia Pape

Lygia Pape

Lygia Pape, Brazilian visual artist. Monica Amor From the neo-concrete to the culture of the Amazons: A Multitude of Forms looks back at the Brazilian avant-gardist.
Max Bil

Max Bil

Max Bill  (Swiss, 1908–1994) artist and designer who founded the Concrete Art movement. His interpretations of Constructivism through painting and sculpture, integrated the study of both geometry and mathematics into his art practice....
Hilma af Klint

Hilma af Klint

Author: Kate Kellaway Was Hilma af Klint Europe’s first abstract artist – before even Kandinsky and Mondrian? As an exhibition of her extraordinary, occult-inspired works opens at the Serpentine...
Verena Loewensberg

VERENA LOEWENSBERG

VERENA LOEWENSBERG  SWISS, 1912-1986 Concrete Art Verena Loewensberg (b. 1912 - d. 1986 Zurich, Switzerland) began her studies at the Basel trade school in 1927 where...
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