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The perfect harmony of Piet Mondrian

08.10.2011 - 29.01.2012

Rome, October 8th, 2011 to January 29th, 2012 - The most famous masterpieces by the father of the abstractionism exhibited at the Vittoriano

One of the founders of the abstractism, together with Kandinsky, Mondrian is known worldwide as one of the greatest masters of the last century. A retrospective composed of 70 of his oil paintings is exposed at the Vittoriano with the title “Mondrian. The perfect harmony”.
The exhibition retraces the entire Mondrian output, from the artistic trends that influenced his evolution up to the peak of his research, made of lines and spaces and characterised by the use of primary colours.
The masterpieces on display were mostly granted by the Gemeentemuseum dell’Aiacon, with the collaboration and support of the Denver Art Museum, the Philadelphia Art Museum, the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa and the National Museum of Modern Art in Kyoto.

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How to get there

Where: Complesso del Vittoriano
Location: Rome
Address: Via Di San Pietro In Carcere
Region: Latium