Piet Mondrian (1872-1944) created both paintings and writings that embodied the spirit of modernism. He viewed abstraction as the idealistic artistic and spiritual direction, and he argued this cause in his most important text, Natural Reality, and Abstract Reality. Mondrian's trialogue presents the artist's ideas through the voices of a Layman, a Naturalist Painter, and an Abstract-Real Painter. In the Trialogue, Mondrian demonstrates the basis of his new art form invisible reality. This publication is a modern reprint of Mondrian's work. This book represents the idea of the New Man by combining two platforms with traditional techniques such as monoprint with a modern idea of using QR code and phone as a part of the book.
April 5, 2017