Mondrian and his Studios: Colour in Space

ISBN: 9781849762656
Artist(s): Mondrian
Author(s): Various
Format: paperback
Year published: 2014
Publisher: Tate
Total Pages: 160
Illustrations: Colour throughout


Mondrian and his Studios: Colour in Space explores how Piet Mondrian (1872-1944) developed his now iconic abstract paintings in dialogue with the spaces that surrounded him, from urban architecture to the interiors of his studios. Edited by Francesco Manacorda and Michael White, with contributions by noted Mondrian and de Stijl scholars Hans Janssen, Nancy Troy and Marek Wieczorek, the book reveals the quest for a Utopian dialogue between colour and space, art and the external world, which underscored much of Mondrian’s artistic output.

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