Wassily Kandinsky, founder of abstract painting, was born in Moscow in 1866.
He joined the Bauhaus in Weimar in 1921 and taught there until the school was closed by the Nazis in 1933, systematically analyzing the elements of new paintings.
In the midst of turbulent times, his art has transformed into new abstract realms. Consistent there, however, is the essence of his inner world, unrelated to his gaze, the superficial world, which sought only spiritual and essential.
In Kandeinsky's work, there is a cosmic floating party that seems to have been liberated from the gravity of the earth, and the music that colors and forms interweave.