Abstrakte Kunst – das Spiel mit Formen und Farben

Abstract art – playing with shapes and colours

Abstract art breaks away from the usual behavioral patterns in art. It clearly belongs to the 20th century. Objects are abstracted or completely dissolved. Wassily Kandinsky was one of the well-known pioneers of this modern form of expression in art. We know his works of art and when we look at them we are always asked to think about why he chose such motifs. The Czech František Kupka also began painting his first abstract motifs in 1911 and his style of abstract art thus fell into the same era.

Many other artists joined them and developed their own styles on the subject.

The senses and perception come to the fore with this type of art. Art should be experienced. It should appeal to and touch people and their hearts. What was previously achieved with photography as a fundamental pioneer using nature shots, namely moving away from people and towards objectlessness, can be lived out and perfected much more intensively with hand-painted art. What at first glance seems more impersonal and logical by turning away from objects, LArissa brings back through her choice of colors and intensity of contrasts. Where the art viewer initially thinks it must be a cooler and more impersonal art, Larissa surprises with convincing curves, color patterns and nuances. She thereby proves the opposite.

Even if we have already accepted that the following pictures by Larissa are real abstract art, we still start to make associations when looking at her works of art. We think that we have discovered something that we know or think we recognize. Or do we just believe that? This conflict captivates the viewer. Take a look at this part of the gallery of abstract art and you will find that you too are entering into a dreamy association.

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