Concrete art in Europe after 1945

Concrete art in Europe after 1945

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For over three decades, Peter C. Ruppert and his wife Rosemarie assembled a private collection of some 245 artworks which vividly document the development and spread of Concrete Art throughout Europe from 1945 to the present. The year 1945 marked the political turning point brought about by the cessation of war; with regard to art it meant different things to different nations. To be sure, Concrete Art was not hindered by Europe's borders, and is encountered in America, for example, as Hard Edge painting, Color Field painting and Minimal Art. Yet the conscious focus on Europe reveals a wide and fertile terrain.For over three decades, Peter C. Ruppert and his wife Rosemarie assembled a private collection of some 245 artworks which vividly document the development and spread of Concrete Art throughout Europe from 1945 to the present.


Title:Concrete art in Europe after 1945
Author: Marlene Lauter
Publisher:Cantz - 2002
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