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mondrian

A complex visual display used in studies of colour perception. It consists of rectangles of various dimensions with all sides parallel or perpendicular to each other, and each rectangle of a colour or brightness different from the adjacent rectangles.
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1%, during the third quarter of 2015 as compared to the same period in 2014, primarily due to the addition of Mondrian London, Delano Las Vegas and 10 Karakoy, which was partially offset by the termination of the Mondrian SoHo management agreement in April 2015.
The Mondrian Doha, now pushed to a September opening will be the group's first property in the region.
In addition to 270 rooms and suites, Mondrian Doha will feature innovative bars and restaurants featuring both regional and international cuisine, an indoor/outdoor rooftop pool bar, ultra-modern meeting and conference venues and a world class spa.
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Heavily influenced by Picasso's cubist movement, Mondrian himself would have loved the Optic cubes.
They anticipate the more severe abstractions that Mondrian painted on his return to Paris after the First World War--the ones his name immediately evokes.
Umberto Cazzola, President, Fope, said: "The Mondrian collection mainly juxtaposes rigid square shapes against the sensuous beauty of lustrous round pearls.
I align Benedetta with Mondrian and I argue that several of Mondrian's writings on abstraction serve as intertexts to Le forze umane, not only Natural Reality and Abstract Reality.
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Mondrian called his art Neoplasticism and he wrote about its meaning in a manifesto.
Mondrian wanted to eliminate cultural differences and make a visual statement that could be related to by everyone.
In a light smock, with his clean-shaven face, taciturn, wearing heavy glasses, Mondrian seemed more a scientist or priest than an artist.