(Brazilian, b. 1925)
Sheet: 61.9 x 61.8 cm (24 3/8 x 24 5/16 in.)
© Almir Mavignier
The Harold T. Clark Educational Extension Fund 1968.167
Almir Mavignier studied in Germany and was influenced by theories of color developed at the Bauhaus, an important art school there.
Almir Mavignier aligned himself with kinetic art, a movement that spread across Latin America in the decades after World War II. Rather than focusing on representation or abstraction, these artists used bright colors and eye-bending forms to suggest movement and engage the viewer through visual perception. In this print, Mavignier used patterns of black and colored squares to create a sense of three-dimensional space.
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