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Richard Paul Lohse

Together with Max Bill and Camille Graeser, Richard Paul Lohse is regarded one of the main protagonists of the "Zürcher Schule der Konkreten" [Zurich School of Concrete Artists], which decisively propelled the development of Concrete Art in Switzerland as of the 1930s. At a first look the artistic principles of Concrete Art seem to resemble geometrical-abstract art in terms of their repertoire of forms. However, their nature is diametrically opposed to it, as they do not require a subject for abstraction, since they are an independent artistic reality. This concept was vigorously pursued by Richard Paul Lohse. In this context Richard Paul Lohse created geometrically organized grids and rhythmical compositions in lucent color accords that are often based on a mathematical classification system.
Countless exhibitions, several participations at the documenta and numerous honors, among them the Prize for Visual Arts of the city of Zurich, are proof of the extraordinary rank of the works of Richard Paul Lohse, which are in possession of the most renowned collections today.



 
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