Linear Expressionism

by MAX LANDA

Max Landa's Linear Expressionism

SIMPLE FORMS * DEEP MESSAGES * BASIC SHAPES * INTRICATE EMOTIONS
 

Max Landa (*Apr 30, 1987) is a progressive Czech artist - founder of the "Linear Expressionism". In his art movement, he applies with "the maximalist minimalism" the very basic geometric shapes to express intricate feelings, relationships, and thoughts. Max Landa's works are characterized by the inner harmony of the seemingly simple forms and the deep complexity of the messages they express. Many of his works are made to order for private modern art collectors.



Lines of Love

Max Landa's "Lines of Love" decalogue, a series of ten mutually interlinked drawings, was created as an aftermath of his reflections on the New Testament passages dealing with the relationship between man and woman. Using just two primary geometric shapes - a straight line, and a semicircle, he depicts the simple ideal of a lasting relationship between a man and a woman.


Lines of Life

Science and art, can these two fundamentally different disciplines be combined? Max Landa's new project presents an artistic interpretation of the scientific graphs that capture key moments and phenomena of our being. In this series, you will gradually find new prints interpreting key moments in human history, economics, biology, medicine, and other scientific disciplines.