A study of intense compositional rhythm in 21st century art.
The repeated use of line and color give this piece a great sense of movement, which is then accentuated by the running man.
The jagged green lines create a rhythm that move the viewer's eye.
These snake coils create a rhythm that makes the piece seem like it is alive and moving.
The dark magenta train tracks create a rhythm that spirals up and down.
The repeated and blurred effects of these flowers create a rhythm that moves the viewer's eye across the image.
This symmetrical pattern, combined with the progression of color, creates a rhythm that move the viewer's eye all over the piece.
This great quantity of repetition creates an intense sense of rhythm as the viewer's eyes scan the faces.
The repetition of both the figures and their shadows creates a rhythm that zig-zags across the image.
The repetition of fuchsia, yellow, and white create a sense of rhythm that moves up and down across the piece.
These jagged white shapes create an intense sense of rhythm that moves up and down the image.
The repetition of color and shape create a bouncy sense of rhythm that moves all over this abstract landscape.
The repetition of sounded pink, violet, and white shapes create a rolling, fluid sense of rhythm that crashes across the image.
The repetition of figures paired with the curvy brown railroad tracks and branches create a rhythm that curves up and down, from side to side.
The repetition of color, shapes, and perhaps most noticeably, the stark, white figures and hands create an intense sense of rhythms that moves around and around the piece.
The sharp, light colored geometric shapes create a sense of rhythm that moves the viewer's eye all over this richly textured image.
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This user gallery has been created by an independent third party and may not always represent the views of the institutions, listed below, who have supplied the content.
Art Gallery of New South Wales
Rubin Museum of Art
SCAD Museum of Art
MAM, Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo
Korean Art Museum Association
São Paulo Street Art
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