Discover the artists at the origins of geometric art: these artists all work with shapes and colors!
Kandinsky is the artists who put colors at the center of his work, he who considered that blue inspired peace, green, stillness, red, warmth, and black, the eternal silence. Sonia Delaunay sought for contrasts through the juxtaposition of geometrical shapes and colors. Kasemir Malevitch launched suprematism and played with geometrical unicolor shapes on canvases. Victor Vasarely drew on optical illusions and lines in order to create trompe-l'oeil volumes. As for present times, the repetition of patterns is the artistic signature of Yayoi Kusama and Claude Viallat who reproduce patterns obsessively. Julio Le Parc and Carlos Cruz Diez are among the pioneers of kinetic art and op-art, and more recently, Georges Rousse drew inspiration from Malevitch in the field of photography through spatial and geometric anamorphoses.
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