Abstract art is beautiful because it depicts concepts and ideas with the skillful use of shapes and colors.
It is timeless and it allows us to interpret and understand a work in our own way. It is an open door for imagination.
I have visited several Abstract Arts exhibitions, and I wrote articles about them in my blog, such as the ones on Kupka and Otto Freundlich. The works of these artists were very impressive, their master of the colors and geometry, as well as painting were mind-blowing, and their sense of aesthetics was unique.
I was very happy to visit another exhibition on Abstract Arts in June, entitled Women in Abstraction at the Centre Pompidou. As its title implies, this exhibition focused only on the works of female abstract artists around the world, throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, and how they contributed to Abstract Arts. Moreover, this exhibition didn’t only focus on painting, but also on dance, films, photography and decorative arts.
The works presented in this exhibition were very interesting and beautiful, and this exhibition also gave a lot of information about the different historical contexts that accompanied these works.
I let you enjoy a glimpse of this beautiful exhibition below.
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