Matti Kujasalo: Paintings 2006 – 2010, Galerie Anhava, Helsinki, Finland

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Matti Kujasalo, Painting 7.5, 2010 Acrylic on canvas 100 cm November 4-28, 2010 Matti Kujasalo (born in Helsinki in 1946) has addressed issues of systematic constructivist art for the past forty years. He has developed a unique grammar of his own, and, based on its rules, he has created a visual language that is expressive, nuanced and imbued with surprise. Matti Kujasalo’s paintings are pure, fresh and cool. They contain endless things to see and […]

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Ernst Wilhelm Nay: Works from the 1960s, Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany

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  Ernst Wilhelm Nay, Sinus, 1966 Oil on canvas, 162 x 150 cm Private Collection January 22 – April 26, 2009 Ernst Wilhelm Nay is one of the most renowned German postwar artists. His abstract paintings are to be found in nearly all important public and private collections with works from that era. Nay’s late work of the 1960s, dating mainly from the years after the artist’s participation in the Documenta III in 1964 to his death in […]

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Carlos Cruz-Diez: (In)formed by Color, Americas Society, New York, NY

  Carlos Cruz-Diez, Maze of Chromosaturation and Chromatic Walkway, 1969 Public Intervention, Odeón Métro Station, Paris September 10 — December 13, 2008 Americas Society presents Carlos Cruz-Diez’s first solo show in a major United States cultural institution. Focusing on the relationship between color and perception, the exhibition seeks to correct the limited understanding and visibility of Cruz-Diez, one of Latin America’s Kinetic art masters. (In) formed by Color: Carlos Cruz-Diez will feature Cromosaturación, a site-specific […]

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