KAZoART is proud to bring together contemporary cubist artists who exercise a constant renewal to create a unique universe specific to their conception of art. Inspired by the works of the great Cubist artists such as Pablo Picasso and Fernand Léger, here you can find a complete list of KAZoART’s contemporary cubist artists.
The most beautiful and famous cubist graphic works (painting, printmaking, engraving, drawing, etc.) were created by Pablo Picasso, Georges Braques, Fernand Léger, Albert Gleizes, Robert Delaunay and Henri Le Fauconnier. Although some of them have also tried their hand at sculpture, the main Cubist artists who are specialised in the field and have devoted a large part of their work to this movement are the famous sculptors Joseph Csaky, Henri Laurens, Alexander Archipenko, Raymond Duchamp-Villon, Jacques Lipchitz and Ossip Zadkine.
Cubism is a 20th century artistic movement that came to be in France thanks to cubist painters such as Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. The latter sought a new means of representing reality by excluding perspective. They sought to return to the raw essence of their painted subjects.
The works of Cubist artists are characterized by a flatness of their subject represented in geometric forms. Their compositions are devoid of perspectives and marked by the absence of a vanishing point. Their paintings show a perpetual search for a formatted representation of a unified space.
A cubist painter is, like any avant-garde painter of his time, is an artist who cannot limit themselves to any given technique or medium. Most contemporary cubist artists paint with oils but works on paper and collages are also very present in their productions. Not to mention the sculptures which, thanks to the first graphic productions, are undergoing an unprecedented evolution.