François Morellet


François Morellet is widely recognised as a key representative of the Concrete Art movement. Morellet was heavily influenced by the Neo-Plasticism and Concrete- Constructivist group in 1950s. In particular the works of Piet Mondrian and Max Bill, whose abstract and geometric principles influenced the way in which Morellet saw the picture field as an infinite structure reaching beyond the confines of the picture itself. Morellet takes advantage of forms offered by chance, allowing his works to adapt and respond directly to all environments in which they are placed, creating consistently unique viewing experiences.

Exhibitions with L V H
Selected Work
Néons 3D : 20°-90°-45°, 2015 Acrylic on canvas on wood, 3 white neon tubes, high voltage cable and transformer 207 x 187 cm | 81,5 x 73 in