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Josef Albers - Gentle venture
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Alberto Biasi - Polytypte 72
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Max Bill - Schwarzes viertel
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Enrico Castellani - Grey surface
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Piero Dorazio - Blue call
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Lucio Fontana - Spatial concept, Waits, cuts
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Lucio Fontana - Spatial concept, Waits, Red
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Enzo Mari - Structure number 731
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Marino Marini - Horse and horseman
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Ennio Morlotti - Wild Centaury
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Carlo Nangeroni - Continuous serial
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Robert Delaunay - Landscape
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Mauro Reggiani - Composition
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Gerhard Richter - Grey
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Victor Vasarely - G.D.4
Josef Albers - Gentle venture
Alberto Biasi - Polytypte 72
Max Bill - Schwarzes viertel
Enrico Castellani - Grey surface
Piero Dorazio - Blue call
Lucio Fontana - Spatial concept, Waits, cuts
Lucio Fontana - Spatial concept, Waits, Red
Enzo Mari - Structure number 731
Marino Marini - Horse and horseman
Ennio Morlotti - Wild Centaury
Carlo Nangeroni - Continuous serial
Robert Delaunay - Landscape
Mauro Reggiani - Composition
Gerhard Richter - Grey
Victor Vasarely - G.D.4

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Victor Vasarely’s research is based on a form of geometric constuctivism which, starting with his concretist experiences, adds a fundamental contribution to the success of kinetic and visual art. In 1955, in view of the Le Mouvement exhibition at the Denise Renè Gallery, Vasarely publishes his Yellow Manifesto programme of the “movement” and of “kinetic art”. Between 1969 and 1965 the artist, therefore dedicates himself to a series of works in which he evolves his “plastic alphabet” creating a system based on a grid which determines modular relationships between shapes and colours. This period, which corresponds to the production of the series Alphabet, Plastique and Folklore Planetaire, is characterized by the reintroduction of colour. In the first series, to which G.D.4. belongs, every painting is based on 15 initial shapes which derive from circles, squares and triangles. The variations on these base-forms are painted and develop using various scales and tones of colour. Each “Plastic” unit inside the grid possesses a foreground and background.What Vasarely creates is a programmed language which allows infinite permutations of shapes and colours giving life to one of a kind works. In the case of G.D.4. Vasarely creates a dialogue between a combination of shapes – circles and squares – with a precise choice of colours – red, blue and purple.

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