Object, Form, Colour, presents eleven artists’ critical interrogations of the object, the form and the colour, and invites the spectator into their ground-breaking universes.
An exhibition featuring international modern and contemporary artists exploring formal experiments with the object, the form and the colour in painting, sculpture and design. The group show presents two interlocking lines of work: on the one hand, the suprematist rejection of practical utility following avant-garde painter Kazimir Malevich’s lead, and on the other, the playful embracement of the functional.
The show includes works from masters such as Malevich, Yves Klein, Sam Francis, Jason Martin, Victor Vasarely, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Yayoi Kusama, Franz West or Andy Warhol, and interrogate how these central concepts were creatively negotiated. An opportunity to experience both the heterogeneity of modern and contemporary artists’ proposals and the common threads that can be drawn between them.
Bagdad (P10) | 2014 | diasec-mounted chromogenic print on aluminium
edition of 500 | 50 x 40 cm.