Check out this fantastic work by Camille Graeser currently exhibited @hauskonstruktiv ! “MUSEUM OF DESIRES”
Zurich Concretists from Swiss Collections – on view until January 13, 2019 –

Of all the Zurich Concretists, Camille Graeser (born 1892 in Carouge, Switzerland, died 1980 in Wald, Switzerland) can be regarded as the most poetic and as a visual musician. Like his Zurich artist friends Max Bill, Verena Loewensberg, and Richard Paul Lohse, the principles of his art are derived from logical compositions based on geometry – the dimensions and values of colors, forms, and lines – and yet, his painterly, graphic, and sculptural work is also defined by a very personal lyrical and musical dimension. –

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Image: Camille Graeser, Zwei Relation mit blauem Quadrat, 1963, Oil on canvas, 128 x 64 cm, © Camille Graeser Stiftung, Zürich