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Patterns: Art Installations by Daniel Buren

Published Oct 4, 2021

Daniel Buren is a French artist best known for his eye-catching art installations that cleverly combine colors, light and geometry.

“His concept of a ‘degree zero of painting,’ which he developed in the early 1960s, is the artist’s hallmark approach to the conditions of making a work of art. Throughout his work, he often employs simplified patterns as an approach to color and graphics in relation to architecture and space.”

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