Neo-Plasticism


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Neo-Plasticism

the art principle of de Still which represented form as horizontal and vertical lines and which excluded all colors except the primaries, black, and white.
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Painting Genre with Employed Turtles, 2017, a field of squares and rectangles at first glance indistinguishable from exemplars of Dutch Neo-Plasticism, in fact recapitulates yet another infographic illustrating the various professions of free blacks (e.g., demonstrating that black grocers and undertakers were more numerous than black bankers).
His sculptural works, built of cubic forms and embellished with glazes of bright, contrasting colours, remind the viewer of both the abstract styles of pop-art or neo-plasticism, expressing a.
It was the 2009 sale of the Saint Laurent and Berge Mondrians that transformed this market, where a 1922 example of his distinctive geometric Neo-Plasticism soared three times over its low estimate to sell for 21.6m [euro].
Trialoog" ("Natural Reality and Abstract Reality: A Trialogue") (1919-1920); and a pamphlet in French, Le Neo-Plasticisme: Principe general de l'equivalence plastique (Neo-Plasticism: The General Principle of Plastic Equivalence) (1921).
Ayyad El Nimer blends neo-plasticism with representational art and flavours it with traditional motifs.
There, he joined the American Abstract Artists group and continued to publish texts on Neo-Plasticism. His late style evolved significantly in response to the city.
There has been accomplished and important painting by followers of Mondrian's Neo-Plasticism. There were his cohorts in de Stijl, of course, but also underrated American artists such as Burgoyne Diller and Ilya Bolotowsky.
While engaging and reworking Chinese tradition, Huang also reappropriates Western modernism (Neo-Plasticism, Constructivism, cool abstraction) and the tradition of the monochrome, from Robert Ryman's white to Yves Klein's pink (see Four Pink, 2007).
Yet all the works--their compositional diversity a testament to Apfelbaum's careful attention to the main-subtle strains of nonfigurative modernism--signified within the general rubric of abstraction: hard-edge painting, Op art, Neo-Plasticism, and Concrete art, for example.