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Piet Mondrian's studio, Atelier de Mondrian 26 rue du Départ, Paris, 1929 photo by Michel Seuphor

Piet Mondrian no estúdio, em 1942, em foto de Arnold Newman.

A Corner of Mondrian's Studio with Bed, Stool, Curtain, and Mirrors. 1926. Taken by André Kertész

Mondrian in his First Avenue Studio, New York, 1941

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Jodie Kidd, Guinevere Van Seenus, and Chrystelle Saint-Louis Augustin—photographed by David LaChapelle for Vogue Paris

Sabine WEISS :: Rain, Paris, 1940’s              ... | un regard oblique

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A exposição-catarse de Yayoi Kusama

Long lines have been forming inside the David Zwirner gallery in New York City as visitors wait for their chance to stand inside one of eccentric Japanese artist Yoyoi Kusama's vertigo-inducing "Infinity Rooms." The installation’s mirror room, “Souls of Millions of Light Years Away,” is brilliantly simple – it’s a room in which the walls,

Yayoi Kusama, an artist, spawned storms in the art world with her retrospective exhibition opened anywhere in the world.

"When I arrived in New York, action painting was the rage, de Kooning, Pollock and others. I wanted to be completely detached from that and start a new art movement. I painted obsessional, monochromatic paintings from morning till night. They were huge paintings that had no composition like a 33-foot white infinity net painting." Yayoi Kusama inspires us at