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Catherine Zoubtchenko

1937- now

Biography

The art of Catherine Zoubtchenko, through Abstraction, offers us a universe, landscapes, geographies, where reign – she tells us “balance and harmony”.


Thanks to the vocabulary of pure colors and lines of Abstraction, it is indeed possible to reach the universal. 

Unlike his master Lanskoy, Zoubchenko did not confine himself to what Mondrian polemically called “pathetic lyricism” as an expression of struggle and combat, sometimes of tragedy, as “a reflection of the unconscious desire to free oneself from the oppression of imbalance.

 

Key ideas

Even though, evidently Mondrian’s psychology, this Calvinist from the right angle, has nothing to do with the joyous and exuberant exaltation of the Russian Zoubchenko, there is in both, by different means the same concern to give to man, instead of the disorder and chaos of his existence and of the existence of the world, another reality of other rhythms; at the root of all things.

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