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Utopian White

By Dimitri Papatheodorou, 2010

650.00 C$

Media: Giclee Print on 300gsm Archival paper

This pairing of white paintings references ‘High Modernism’ in architecture, specifically, the work of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, and Charles-Édouard Jeanneret, who was known as Le Corbusier. Whiteness was used to represent purity of thought and design. Utopic visions were ‘de rigour’ during this period of the 20th century, with countless experiments in form and composition, from Le Courbusier’s five-points of architecture to the strict formalism of Mies van der Rohe. Their work and legacies continue to manifest in art and culture to this day.

● This print is a 36 x 36” giclee print on archival paper. Every print is signed, titled and numbered by the artist.

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Dimensions36" x 36"
Weight5 lbs
Type Limited Edition
SubcategoriesAbstract ArtOil Painting

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