The Terrific Trio

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The Terrific Trio

Ernst Wilhelm Nay’s poem of colors. Keith Haring's political lines. Poul Gernes’ happy dots. All three artists linked art to life by means of colour and shape. With their painterly abstractions and extremes they provoked the art world. Be inspired by the rebellious nature of our Terrific Trio.

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ERNST WILHELM NAY

Splashes and dashes of bold blues, ruby reds and mellow yellows. Ernst Wilhelm Nay is our German hero found in all major exhibitions of German art. Influenced by Matisse, Kirchner and Munch, 20th century German abstract artist Ernst Wilhelm Nay was a master of color.

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“Painting is the spiritual setting of color”
– Ernst Wilhelm Nay, 1902–1968 Germany

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KEITH HARING

Dancing drawings. Lines so alive. The radical and political squirming, pushing and prancing on paper. In the 1980’s, American artist and social activist Keith Haring rose from New York street culture to paint over 50 public murals across the globe. Haring’s paintings are a 20th century pop art and graffiti art legacy.

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POUL GERNES

Perfectly provocative. Colorfully edgy. Symbolic symmetry and jazzy geometry. Poul Gernes’ was rigorously experimental. In keeping with the reorientations of art in the 1960s, Gernes tore art down from the easels to engage others—the people, all of us—to help carry out his public works. Or with Gernes’ own words: "I cannot do it alone, want to join in?"

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