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1971

Single piece Signed Dated

Size

60 x 60 cm
23.62 x 24 in

Reference

5c46a457

Year

1971

Medium

Paintings

Oil on canvas.

From the 1970s, Katalin Hetey started to create works about the simultaneous and equivalent use of the organic and geometric character to interpret the logical use of colours built on counterpoints in depicting spatial relationships. At the composition level, the tangible way of painting resulting from the sensitive surface treatment and the division of finely transparent soils with a coloured accent has become central.

1924 , Hungary

Katalin Hetey (1924-2010) graphic designer, painter and sculptor left Hungary in 1956. First she went Italy (where she met Alberto Burri and Marino Marini) then she moved to France. Her works were exhibited in Galerie Lambert, Paris and in the Stedelijk Museum in Netherland. In the late 60's using cement, marble powder and mixture of binders made white reliefs, examining the theme of the material's self-molding and chaos. From the seventies his intention was moving towards the clear forms and made spatulas and mock-ups that can be realized in monumental sizes. Its movable, variable steel plastics can be found in countless museums and private collections.


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