“La peinture De Stijl. Plan, couleur, espace” (p. 12-23), text published in the French art history magazine Dossier de l’art, N. 249, May 2017, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the movement De Stijl.
Indissociable from De Stijl’s overall program of an aesthetic refoundation of art, pictorial research disputes architecture’s primary role in the elaboration of a universal language. Piet Mondrian and Bart van der Leck embody two poles of a reflection that aims to put the line, the plane, the color and the shape in tension, in order to create the conditions for a new visual experience.
Some extracts available here.