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  • Chances are that everyone has at some point been exposed to the philosophies of the Dutch art movement De Stijl.

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  • Castle Museum And Art Gallery, to 11 MarRobert ClarkLygia Pape turned the bold, static geometries beloved by De Stijl and its brand of "concrete" abstract painting into forms you could touch, walk among or even dance with.

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  • He has been an innovator throughout his career--"originality" is a word that he uses frequently--but his early works are clearly related to the conceptual movements of advanced art of his youth, including Surrealism, Constructivism, and De Stijl.

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  • Now, 300 Piet Mondrian artworks and a large collection by De Stijl collaborators, such as Theo van Doesburg, Bart van der Leck, J.J.P. Oud and Gerrit Rietveld, have a permanent home in a new 750-square-meter wing of the Gemeentemuseum.

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  • Whether through Yves Saint Laurent's iconic fall 1965 collection, Bauhaus architecture, a bottle of L'Oréal "Studio Line" hair product or a White Stripes album, De Stijl lives on in many modern forms.

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  • He has been an innovator throughout his career--"originality" is a word that he uses frequently--but his early works are clearly related to the conceptual movements of advanced art of his youth, including Surrealism, Constructivism, and De Stijl.

    David Galenson: An Artistic Gem in Buenos Aires

  • De Stijl is one of the all time great rock albums in my opinion.

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  • He is also linked with the De Stijl artistic movement, especially the abstract language and use of primary colors associated with the artist Piet Mondrian.

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  • He has been an innovator throughout his career--"originality" is a word that he uses frequently--but his early works are clearly related to the conceptual movements of advanced art of his youth, including Surrealism, Constructivism, and De Stijl.

    David Galenson: An Artistic Gem in Buenos Aires

  • This headquarters for all things De Stijl was designed by architect Anne Holtrop and artist Krijn de Koning—the exhibition space itself representing a De Stijl piece entitled "163 spaces for a work."

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