Monday, November 28, 2011

Rosslyn leads abstract constructivist movement

Rosslyn is pioneering an exciting new artistic movement known as Rosslyn Abstract Constructivist Art or Raca.  Art critics see Raca's roots in a concretization of De Stijl, also known as neoplasticism.  De Stijl is an important art movement founded in the Netherlands in 1917.   Among its leading figures were Theo van Doesburg and Piet Mondrian.  Raca trangresses De Stijl's rigid color scheme and transforms its use of shape and line into a dynamic context.  Raca's great artistic leap forward is apparent in the comparison between Monday's B-Moore-1812, shown above, and Doesburg's Composition VII (the three graces), shown below.

In Rosslyn, art is everywhere.


Anonymous said...

yeah, but it was starting to suck on Tuesday

Anonymous said...

Where is the wet stack in the Doesburg?