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Geometric Print

In 1910, Wassily Kandinsky became a pioneer of abstract art, a style where formal elements take precedence over any representation of reality. He was one of the first artists to place colour at the centre of his work. He carefully considered the symbolic meaning of different hues, for Kandinsky blue inspired peace, green was synonymous with stillness, red was representative of warmth and black signified the eternal silence. Kandinsky inspired the discovery of a new expression through uncharted territories and, along with Malevich and Mondrian, invented abstract art.

Inspired by the legacy of constructivism, and opposed to realism, these artists established a new approach to abstraction. Through the use of geometrical shapes, they explored artistic purity and simplification. Their canvases were characterised by squares, circles, rectangles and triangles.

Sonia Delaunay sought after simultaneous contrasts through the juxtaposition of geometric shapes and colours. Kazimir Malevich launched suprematism and played with geometric monochrome shapes on canvases. Victor Vasarely cleverly used shapes and colour, especially gradients, to create impressive optical illusions.

In contemporary art, the repetition of patterns is one of Yayoi Kusama's signature styles and Claude Viallat reproduces 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 Malevich for his work in photography with geometric anamorphs.

The gallerist's role was decisive in introducing this art and new artists to the general public, especially in France. For instance, the renowned gallerist Denise René supported Op-Art artists such as Vasarely after the Second World War. Today, galleries continue to play an essential role: The Perrotin gallery represents the great Venezuelan artist Jesus-Rafael Soto and the Gimpel & Müller gallery pays tribute to both famous and emerging contemporary artists such as Cruz-Diez while also giving continuing visibility to modern artist like Léon Zack or Guy de Lussigny.

In Artsper's selection of geometric art, discover the artists who developed this style, working in a number of different movements including cubism, kinetic art and optical art. You'll also be able to explore the work of many contemporary artists who continue to be fascinated by the possibilities offered by manipulating colours and shapes.

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Luciano Cian, Tête #1, Print

Luciano Cian

Tête #1, 2021
106 x 90 x 0.2 cm


Felipe Pantone, Integration System #1, Print

Felipe Pantone

Integration System #1, 2020
64 x 64 cm


Petr Strnad, Concept #48, Print

Petr Strnad

Concept #48, 2021
50 x 33.3 x 0.1 cm


Victor Vasarely, Harlequin Sportif, Print

Victor Vasarely

Harlequin Sportif, 1988
97.8 x 72.4 cm


Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Allied Chemical Tower, Packed, Project for No. 1 Times Square, Print

Christo and Jeanne-Claude

Allied Chemical Tower, Packed, Project for No. 1 Times Square, 1971
71.1 x 55.9 cm


Kumi Sugaï, 95, Print

Kumi Sugaï

95, 1995
78 x 57 x 1 cm


Our recommendations Bernard Frize, Aimé, Print

Bernard Frize

Aimé, 2013
70 x 50 cm


Joanna Wiszniewska Domanska, Still Life with a house (...), Print

Joanna Wiszniewska Domanska

Still Life with a house (...), 2003
29 x 25 cm


Jesús-Rafael Soto, Ovalo Rojo, Print

Jesús-Rafael Soto

Ovalo Rojo, 1980
55.9 x 76.2 cm


Pedro Friedeberg, Encuentro de Dos Mundos, Print

Pedro Friedeberg

Encuentro de Dos Mundos, 1987
61 x 61 cm


Ilya Bolotowsky, Blue Diamond II, Print

Ilya Bolotowsky

Blue Diamond II, 1979
55.9 x 76.2 cm


Gottfried Honegger, Heraklit I, Print

Gottfried Honegger

Heraklit I, 1986
28 x 19.2 cm


León Ferrari, A un lado por la izquierda, Print

León Ferrari

A un lado por la izquierda, 2009
56 x 38 cm


Our recommendations Louise Nevelson, Paris Review, Print

Louise Nevelson

Paris Review, 1968
72.4 x 53.3 cm


Larry Bell, Untitled (In Barcelona Suite), Print

Larry Bell

Untitled (In Barcelona Suite), 1989
76.2 x 55.9 cm


Jean-Pierre Yvaral, 50 Shades of Blue, Print

Jean-Pierre Yvaral

50 Shades of Blue, 1970
74.9 x 74.9 cm


Jules Engel, The Alphabet (Beige), Print

Jules Engel

The Alphabet (Beige), 1970
54.6 x 54.6 cm


Robert Morris, Inmate Work Project: Perpetual Construction and Dismantling of the Labyrinth from In the Realm of the Carceral, Print

Robert Morris

Inmate Work Project: Perpetual Construction and Dismantling of the Labyrinth from In the Realm of the Carceral, 1978
121.9 x 94 cm


Joan Brossa, Rellotge de sol, Print

Joan Brossa

Rellotge de sol, 1989
62 x 50 cm


Herbert Aach, Split Infinity #B3S, Print

Herbert Aach

Split Infinity #B3S, 1980
106.7 x 76.2 cm


Allan d'Arcangelo, Left Turn, Print

Allan d'Arcangelo

Left Turn, 1979
86.4 x 66 cm


Thomas  Canto, Still Life Of Space Time, Print

Thomas Canto

Still Life Of Space Time, 2015
60 x 60 cm


Kaspar Thomas Lenk, Series C, Print

Kaspar Thomas Lenk

Series C, 1971
67.3 x 67.3 cm


Nicholas Krushenick, Grill, Print

Nicholas Krushenick

Grill, 1980
101.6 x 86.4 cm


Julian Stanczak, Continual, Print

Julian Stanczak

Continual, 1979
66 x 65.4 cm


Dalek, Sans-titre, Print


Sans-titre, 2017
46 x 61 x 0.1 cm


Vuk Vidor, French Art History (A), Print

Vuk Vidor

French Art History (A), 2016
100 x 70 cm


Sabine Finkenauer, Cube, Print

Sabine Finkenauer

Cube, 2016
30 x 40 x 1 cm


Marie Orensanz, Comunicar energía, Print

Marie Orensanz

Comunicar energía, 2017
30 x 40 cm


Jorge Macchi, El secreto, Print

Jorge Macchi

El secreto, 2011
50 x 75 cm


JaveL Art, El-f, Print

JaveL Art

El-f, 2020
40 x 40 x 0.2 cm


Gunther Forg, Sans titre (Grid Picture), Print

Gunther Forg

Sans titre (Grid Picture), 2001
68 x 52 x 1 cm


Lek, Estampe 2, Print


Estampe 2, 2017
30 x 30 cm


Our recommendations Marie Labat, Coquelicot et Camomille, Print

Marie Labat

Coquelicot et Camomille, 2018
144 x 90 x 0.2 cm


Blandine Galtier, Instant 8, Print

Blandine Galtier

Instant 8, 2016
60 x 80 x 1 cm


Georg Karl Pfahler, Version 9, Print

Georg Karl Pfahler

Version 9, 1969
64.8 x 64.8 cm


Max Bill, Combillation, Print

Max Bill

Combillation, 1970
59.7 x 119.4 x 3.2 cm


Kai and Sunny, Lots of Bits of Star / Série 2, Print

Kai and Sunny

Lots of Bits of Star / Série 2, 2014
42 x 30 cm


Loeil, Lettrage Rose, Print


Lettrage Rose, 2020
40 x 30 cm


Gene Davis, Green Giant, Print

Gene Davis

Green Giant, 1980
75.6 x 82.6 cm


Giuseppe Fortunato, Hanging rain, Print

Giuseppe Fortunato

Hanging rain, 2019
60 x 43 x 0.2 cm


Our recommendations Luis Camnitzer, Portfolio Two parallel lines, Print

Luis Camnitzer

Portfolio Two parallel lines, 2014
28 x 43 cm


Brian Rice, Odeon, Print

Brian Rice

Odeon, 1969
68.6 x 66 cm


Our recommendations Damien Poulain, Love / Bois, Print

Damien Poulain

Love / Bois, 2019
32 x 24 cm


Geneviève Claisse, Composition géométrique, Print

Geneviève Claisse

Composition géométrique, 2014
86.5 x 61 cm


Our recommendations Louis Granet, Prêt à l'emploi (8g de bleu), Print

Louis Granet

Prêt à l'emploi (8g de bleu), 2020
40 x 30 cm


Étienne Martin, Cadran natal I, Print

Étienne Martin

Cadran natal I, 1990
27 x 22 cm


Julio Le Parc, Optical n.4, Print

Julio Le Parc

Optical n.4, 1976
34 x 24.5 x 0.1 cm

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Nato Frascà, Geometry, Print

Nato Frascà

Geometry, 1975
76 x 50 x 0.3 cm


Luigi Veronesi, Composition, Print

Luigi Veronesi

Composition, 1975
70 x 50 x 0.1 cm


Antonio Asis, Sans titre 2, Print

Antonio Asis

Sans titre 2, 2013
50 x 49.5 x 0.02 cm


Notte, Lost Sphere Tricoloris, Print


Lost Sphere Tricoloris, 2020
100 x 70 x 0.02 cm


Auguste Herbin, Nue, Print

Auguste Herbin

Nue, 1961
67 x 50 cm


Our recommendations Hyo Myoung Kim, Portrait of Suits: Nicolas Sarkozy, Print

Hyo Myoung Kim

Portrait of Suits: Nicolas Sarkozy, 2011
100 x 67 cm


Roxane Borujerdi, Sans titre, Print

Roxane Borujerdi

Sans titre, 2012
32 x 21 x 2 cm


Léandre Cristofol, Sans titre, Print

Léandre Cristofol

Sans titre, 1987
55 x 47 x 0.02 cm


J/Y Delaunay-Israël, Curva 10, Print

J/Y Delaunay-Israël

Curva 10, 1998
110 x 110 x 1 cm


Karin Monschauer, Kreisel, Print

Karin Monschauer

Kreisel, 2015
90 x 90 cm


Cesar Lopez Osornio, La otra geometria 7, Print

Cesar Lopez Osornio

La otra geometria 7, 1994
57 x 77 cm


Almir da Silva Mavignier, Strukturen und Prinzipien, Print

Almir da Silva Mavignier

Strukturen und Prinzipien, 1979
83.5 x 59.5 x 0.1 cm


Théo Lopez, D.I.M 3, Print

Théo Lopez

D.I.M 3, 2020
50 x 40 cm


Ivo Pannaggi, The Builders, Print

Ivo Pannaggi

The Builders, 1975
50 x 70.5 x 0.2 cm


Our recommendations Nuria Mora, Untitled, Print

Nuria Mora

Untitled, 2015
50 x 50 cm


Stephane Franck Berthelot, Sans titre, Print

Stephane Franck Berthelot

Sans titre, 2018
60 x 45 x 1 cm


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