Contemporary Art Gallery

  • Kinetic
  • Geometrical
  • Optical
  • Abstract

Arts

the texture absorbs and reflects light and due to the metal's essence and its surface treatment it creates a complex play of reflections forming different images depending on the angle of view

  • Author: Getulio Alviani (1939–2018)
  • Date: 1974
  • Medium: aluminum on lacquered wood
  • Size: 75x50x2 cm

the series of works 1.2.3.4.,…. is based on the study of colour phenomenology, resulting in structures based on mathematical formulas. The exploration of colour and surface takes various artistic forms in Alviani's conception

  • Author: Getulio Alviani (1939–2018)
  • Date: 1978 – 2011
  • Medium: serigraphy – wood
  • Size: l00xl00 cm

the series of works 1.2.3.4.,…. is based on the study of colour phenomenology, resulting in structures based on mathematical formulas. The exploration of colour and surface takes various artistic forms in Alviani's conception

  • Author: Getulio Alviani (1939–2018)
  • Date: 1978– 2011
  • Medium: serigraphy – wood
  • Size: l00xl00 cm

the series of works 1.2.3.4.,…. is based on the study of colour phenomenology, resulting in structures based on mathematical formulas. The exploration of colour and surface takes various artistic forms in Alviani's conception

  • Author: Getulio Alviani (1939–2018)
  • Date: 1978– 2011
  • Medium: serigraphy – wood
  • Size: l00xl00 cm

the series of works 1.2.3.4.,…. is based on the study of colour phenomenology, resulting in structures based on mathematical formulas. The exploration of colour and surface takes various artistic forms in Alviani's conception

  • Author: Getulio Alviani (1939–2018)
  • Date: 1978
  • Medium: sculptural object – angled steel sheet, acrylic
  • Size: 50x57x30 cm

the programming of lines, shapes and chromes and reassembly of structures such as the “pneumatic spaces” that concentrate on units over spaces and mobility. This series includes textiles with kinetic-optical designs, which Germana Marucelli used to create the iconic dresses of the 60s-70s

  • Author: Getulio Alviani (1939–2018)
  • Date: 1962– 2015
  • Medium: mixed media – canvas
  • Size: 120x180 cm

the programming of lines, shapes and chromes and reassembly of structures such as the “pneumatic spaces” that concentrate on units over spaces and mobility. This series includes textiles with kinetic-optical designs, which Germana Marucelli used to create the iconic dresses of the 60s-70s

  • Author: Getulio Alviani (1939–2018)
  • Date: 1962– 2015
  • Medium: mixed media – canvas
  • Size: 120x180 cm

the chromostructure of line, geometry and mirroring used to create optical kinetic art through movement and reflection of the surroundings is Alviani's response to the public's inclusion in "environments" in which the observer can personally modify the work, activating it through movement

  • Author: Getulio Alviani (1939–2018)
  • Date: 1962
  • Medium: highly-polished stainless steel sheet
  • Size: 120x120 cm

"monochromatic structures" depending on light and light vibrations and forming optically-dynamic structures

  • Author: Getulio Alviani (1939–2018)
  • Date: 1967
  • Medium: highly-polished stainless steel sheet
  • Size: 100x50x10 cm

the object stimulates communication between the eye and the brain and makes use of the limits of human perception. The superposition structure requires the interaction of the viewer who, by moving or positioning in space, transforms a static object into a three-dimensional visual experience

  • Author: Ludwig Wildin (1927–2010)
  • Date: 1989
  • Medium: serigraphy – plexiglass
  • Size: 81x81x22 cm

Landi's artwork focuses on the phenomenal perception of reality in its simplest structures. Using elementary geometric shapes, it tends to evoke a perceptual stimulation in the viewer.

  • Author: Edoardo Landi (1937)
  • Date: 1976
  • Medium: acrylic, paper
  • Size: 50x50 cm

Komart Gallery

Komart Gallery was founded in 1998 in Bratislava. Its exhibition programme focuses exclusively on optical, kinetic and geometric abstraction. Since 2001, the Gallery had worked closely with the Milan Dobes Museum in Bratislava. In 2011, the Gallery had opened its flagstore in Berlin. Now the Gallery is open to all who trust in the values of contemporary art also in Prague.

Gallery: Salvátorská 932/6, 110 00 Praha 1
Office: Karolinská 707/7, 186 00 Praha 8

IN: 19232870
Contact: gallery@gallerykomart.cz