Matti Kujasalo: 5 Progressions
5 Silkscreen prints on cardboard, signed, numbered and dated (1988). Come in beech wood shadow frame (32 x 32 x 3 cm)
Printed by Edition Partanen, Schluchsee.
Matti Kujasalo is one of Finland’s most known artists and his extensive oeuvre plays an important role in international concrete art movement. Kujasalo’s geometric compositions can be broken down into three components: colour, line and surface. A core aspect of the artist’s work is a unique method that is both visual and numerical at the same time.
For several decades, Matti Kujasalo’s (born 1946, Helsinki) works have been displayed extensively in solo and group exhibitions, most recently at LACMA museum in Los Angeles. Works can be found in the collections of the following prominent museums and foundations: Phillips Collection museum in Washington DC; Albertina, Vienna; Arithmeum, Bonn; EMMA Espoo Museum of Modern Art, Espoo; the Josef Albers Museum, Bottrop; Sara Hildén Art Museum, Tampere; and Moderna Museet, Stockholm.
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