Max Bill:
Picture "Transcoloration VI" (1986)
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Picture "Transcoloration VI" (1986)
Max Bill:
Picture "Transcoloration VI" (1986)

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limited, 120 copies | numbered | dated | signed | colour serigraph on cardboard | unframed | size 65 x 50 cm

Product no. IN-899001.00
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Picture "Transcoloration VI" (1986)
Max Bill: Picture "Transcoloration VI" (1986)

Detailed description

Picture "Transcoloration VI" (1986)

Original colour serigraph, 1986. Edition: 120 copies on cardboard, numbered, dated and signed by hand. Unframed. Motif size 47 x 47 cm. Sheet size 65 x 50 cm.

About Max Bill

Max Bill, 1908-1994, was a constructivist, a student of Le Corbusier and Bauhaus, a member of the artists' group "Abstraction-Création", and a multiple award-winner, including the Kaiserring of the city of Goslar in 1982.

Bill worked with structured chords of colour that, in their intensity, function as a catalyst to the visible environment. Playful precision and imaginary magic make us forget the calculated colour gradients.

Max Bill was a brilliant intellectual who wanted concreteness - designing a clear world on a geometric basis and mathematical-logical structure.

 

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