Geometric Abstraction

Geometric abstraction was one of the leading artistic movements in the plastic culture of the second half of the twentieth century. This movement is represented iby the works of such masters who developed the geometric abstract tradition from the early 1970s – the period of the articulation of the geometric aspects of the Russian avant-garde heritage – as Francesco Infante, Igor Shelkovsky, O. Yakovlev and Leonid Borisov. The artists of the following generation interpreted the geometric tradition in a metaphysical or virtual manner (Alyona Kirtsova and Georgy Puzenkov). The current tendencies of geometric abstraction are linked to functional art and several works by fashion designer Tatyana Parfyonova are perceived in this context.

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