Mondrian/ De Stijl | Exhibition Album

This book gives an overview of the main works displayed at the Mondrian / De Stijl exhibition held at the Centre Pompidou, along with explanatory notes.

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Piet Mondrian
Topics
Art history- Art movements
Fine arts

Description

"Since 1913, we all felt a need for abstraction and simplification. A mathematical approach simply imposed itself against Impressionism we were rejecting. Everything that didn't fully embody our principles was called "baroque". Knowing that, we all agreed on one thing: we declared war against baroque style in its various forms." - Mondrian

Descriptions & Features

Authors
Under the supervision of Brigitte Leal et Frédéric Migayrou
Publisher
Éditions du Centre Pompidou
Dimensions
270 mm x 270 mm x 5 mm
Publication year
2010
Number of pages
60
Number of illustrations
60
EAN
9782844264527

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