Modernist Universalism Revived : Linocut Portraits by Joanna Piech-Kalarus



Year of publication 2016
Type Popularization text
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Description Joanna Piech-Kalarus’ portraits are recognized for their deeply personal yet equally alienating effects. Their monumental size only magnifies the display of a formal autonomous structure, which carries its own meaning and quality of expression. This autonomy of form resembles the principles of abstraction and speaks to the artistic strategy described in the modernist theory of “significant form".
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