Laura Gascoigne

Hitching them together does neither any favours: Hilma af Klint & Piet Mondrian, at Tate Modern, reviewed

There's an inevitability to Mondrian's paintings that Af Klint lacks

With their giant biomorphic forms in dolly-mixture colours, they close the exhibition with a party-popper bang: ‘The Ten Largest, Group IV, No. 3, Youth’, 1907,by Hilma af Klint [Courtesy of The Hilma Af Klint Foundation]

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