Guido Molinari (1933-2004) is a internationally recognised abstract artist who exhibited in America and Europe from 1953. Molinari's hard edge colour abstract paintings explore his theories of a reception-orientated colour/space of dynamic harmonies that emanate from a deliberately restricted compositional format of multi-coloured stripes and triangles of equal width. This article looks at a single work from a pivotal moment in 1971, when after a decade of producing solely striped paintings he begins to bisect each stripe, creating a new format of triangles.
|Media of output||Print and online|
|Publisher||Heffel Fine Art|
|Number of pages||2|
|Place of Publication||Vancouver, Canada|
|Publication status||Published - Apr 2020|