János Fajó - Untitled, 2003, 70x70 cm
JÁNOS FAJÓ (1937 - 2018)
Untitled 
2003

tempera on paper

70 x 70 cm

The compositional principle of János Fajó's paintings is reduction, which is based on the narrowing of natural forms to basic geometric forms and the variability of these reductive elements. Sensuality plays a decisive role in his works.

"Without form I would not exist. I would be not Fajó. Form is the basic element of composition. Art is the most concentrated form of evoking feelings, but it is an effect, not its aim. I regard reason as a primary thing before feelings. I try to create works based on mathematical forms with geometrical character, a physical system of motion, with colour structures of cosmic validity".

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