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Abstract Artists

Here you can find all of the contemporary abstract artists on KAZoART. These abstract artists have chosen abstraction as a subject for reflection and expression. Inspired by masters such as Malevitch, Mondrian or Kandinsky, here you can find artists who, like the greatest, constantly question themselves, experiment and are breaking the rules while writing a new page of art history.

Famous Abstract Artists

In Art History, artists who have been interested in abstraction often grouped around artistic movements by formally theorising their ideas. Although France was mainly dominated by figuration at the beginning of the 20th century, Eastern Europe was bubbling with abstract artists who had totally different approaches to what art could and should be. 

Let’s mention the most famous abstract painters who have all marked art history with their unique artistic conceptions while breaking with the other contemporary figurative movements of their times: Vassily Kandinsky, El Lissitzky, Vladimir Tatline, Alexandre Rodchenko, Frantisek Kupka, Robert Delaunay, Antoine Pevsner, Naum Gabo, Kasimir Malevitch, Piet Mondrian, Théo Van Doesburg, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Albert Gleizes, Jean Arp, and Alexander Calder.

Abstract art: its definition, its techniques, its mediums

Abstract art is a generic term referring to a pictorial trend which appeared in the art world at the beginning of the 20th century. Abstract art moves away from a real visual point of reference and focuses only on forms and colours. Many artists belonging to orphism, suprematism, constructivism or Stijl's group emerged from this artistic trend. 

Later, minimalist art pushed to the extreme limits the theories and ideas exposed through the different movements of abstraction. In real avant-garde style, no technique is ruled out by abstract artists. They paint, paste, photograph, build, deconstruct, sculpt, write and theorize to express and manifest their new thinking.

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