After Impressionism: Inventing Modern Art Opens at London's National Gallery
Although af Klint and Mondrian never met, these acclaimed artists invented their own languages of abstract art rooted in nature. At the heart of their journeys was a shared desire to understand the forces behind life on earth.
Both painters shared an interest in new ideas in spirituality, scientific discovery, and philosophy. Af Klint was also a medium, and this exhibition showcases the large-scale, otherworldly masterpieces that she believed were commissioned by higher powers.
Forms of Life will immerse visitors in a creative revolution through the vibrant signs, shapes, and colors in the beautiful, complex works of af Klint and Mondrian. GRoW is delighted to be a sponsor of this groundbreaking exhibition, which runs through September 3.