Sublime and revelatory, Hilma af Klint was a twentieth-century innovator in abstraction. Her pioneering works, which pre-dated Kandinsky and Mondrian, revealed a seemingly effortless blend of science, religion, spirituality and philosophy. Tree of Knowledge incorporates a series of enigmatic, orbital forms that explore unity, opposites, cycles and material-spiritual relationships. Published to accompany concurrent exhibitions in New York and London, this book features essays from art historians and curators that explore af Klint's influences and contemporary connections. Suzan Frecon also contributes an essay to broaden the scope of interpretation of this timeless work.
Hardcover / 112 pages
Dimensions: 7.75" x 10.75"