Max Bill

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Max Bill (1908 - 1994) was a Swiss abstract painter, architect and sculptor. He was member of the Bauhaus along with Moholy-Nagy, Marcel Breuer, Herbert Bayer and Joseph Albers. It is considered that his work remained "pure" in abstract ideology or abstractionism.

Max Bill, a member of the Swiss 'Zurich Concrete' group, was an architect, painter, sculptor, politician, educationalist, writer, in short, a 'universal creator'. [1]

In 1968, Bill received the Zurich Art Award; he died in 1994, at the age of 86 years on December 9 during a visit to Berlin. [2]

Max Bill Untitled 1972.jpg

Untitled, 1972.


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