He is the master of geometric abstractionism. The Dutch Piet Mondrian (1872-1944) stands out for his paintings composed with perfect balances, in which the intertwining of verticals and horizontals create grids of squares and rectangles of different sizes, colored yellow, red, blue, white, black and Grey. A formal synthesis that reduces the painting to a few perpendicular lines and primary colors, which the artist arrives at with a gradual process of subtraction of the real data; as in the famous “series” of the apple tree which from the naturalistic version is progressively reduced to a set of orthogonal lines. A fascinating journey, from figuration to abstraction, to be followed through the theme of the landscape, the core of the exhibition dedicated to Mondrian, set up at Mudec. Produced by 24 ORE Cultura - 24 ORE Group and promoted by the Municipality of Milano-Cultura, the exhibition is organized in collaboration with the Kunstmuseum Den Haag, which has lent about sixty works by the artist and other authors of the Hague School , active between 1860 and 1890; proposed together with paintings from international public and private collections. The itinerary, divided into sections, highlights Mondrian's research phases, who went through the different trends of painting between the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, from the naturalism of landscapes, to Impressionism, from post-Impressionism to Cubism. . Until the creation, in 1917, of "De Stjil", with Theo van Doesburg, the Dutch avant-garde movement also known as "Neoplasticism", which proposed the radical renewal of art, architecture and design, in the name of synthesis formal and compositional rigor. Until March 27, 2022.
from 24/11/2021 to 27/03/2022
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