The abstract movement gave us a whole new way to see. Their art was no mirror to the world but rather a different expression of it, using vivid colour, shape and form. In The Art of Abstraction, our fourth and final gallery, you’ll be invited to wander through a maze where art not only appears to float in space but also moves across multi-layered, translucent surfaces. As you bask in its light and colour, prepare to be mesmerised.
Artworks include: Yellow, Red, Blue (1925), Several Circles (1926) and Composition VIII (1923) by Wassily Kandinsky; Composition with Red, Yellow, Blue and Black (1926) and Victory Boogie Woogie (1944) by Piet Mondrian; Head of a Peasant Girl (1913) by Kazimir Malevich; Castle and Sun (1929) by Paul Klee; Group IV, No.3 The Ten Largest, Youth (1907) by Hilma AF Klint.