Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Piet Mondrian- Neo Plasticism

Piet Mondrian- Neo Plasticism
Mondrian and his Studios, Exhibition In Tate Liverpool
Dutch painter Piet Mondrian (1872–1944)  Composition with Yellow, Blue and Red 1937- 1942
 Mondrian  is renowned as one of the most important contributors to the development of abstraction at the beginning of the 20th century, Mondrian and his Studios marks the 70th anniversary of the artist’s death.
 Taking visitors through Paris, London and eventually New York, the exhibition tracks Mondrian’s personal and aesthetic journey, and finds threads between the two: a major highlight is the immersive life-size reconstruction of his Paris studio.
 Tate liverpool  re-created Mondrian's Paris studio,
His first move – motivated by the pursuit of more fertile creative ground – saw him leave Holland for Paris in 1911 and brought about considerable change. Mondrian dropped the second ‘a’ from the Dutch spelling of his name (Mondriaan) as a signal of intent and immersed himself in the Parisian avant-garde community..
Mondrian's  Paris Studio 
Photo; by Khatia Shiuka
   



 Mondrian's chair and i in mirror :))
Photo by Khatia Shiuka  

  Mondrian's  Glasses
 Photo by Khatia Shiuka  

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