The exhibition organised by the Tate Liverpool to mark the 70th anniversary of Piet Mondrian’s death, Mondrian and his Studios: Abstraction into the World, not only takes into account the Dutch painter’s important contribution to abstraction but examines the relationship between his works and the space that surrounds them.
The exhibition includes a number of the Dutch painter’s most famous abstract paintings, iconic works reflecting different points in his artistic career and centring around their relationship with architecture.
To better understand this relationship, the key point in the exhibition is a full-scale reconstruction of Piet Mondrian’s studio in Rue du Départ in Paris: an installation allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the painter’s creative world, based on Paul Delbo’s 1926 photographs.
Title: Mondrian and his Studios: Abstraction into the World
Dates: June 6 – October 5 2014
Location: Tate Liverpool - UK
Images courtesy of Tate