‘A visual journey along the studios of Piet Mondrian/Amsterdam, Laren, Paris, London, New York’, Cees W. de Jong • ‘From bohemian brown to stylish black and white/ The studios in Amsterdam’, Marty Bax • ‘The great struggle/The studios in Laren’, Martijn F. le Coultre • ‘Artistic and philosophic connections/Long lines and varying contacts’, Marty Bax • ‘Place of free spirit/Fruitful meetings’, Marjory Degen • ‘“As soon as you stepped inside you were in paradise”/The studio in Paris’, Ingelies Vermeulen • ‘The new plasticism in the art of painting/IV. Plastic and composition, De Stijl, No. X, 1th year 1917, Piet Mondriaan • ‘The realization of neo-plasticism in the distant future and in today’s architecture/De Stijl, No. 5, 5th year May 1922’, P. Mondrian • ‘10 years of style/De Stijl, No. 79-84, Jubilee-series (XIV). 1927.’, P. Mondrian • ‘Neo - Plasticisme. The Home- The Street - The City/i10 Amsterdam 1927, Piet Mondriaan • ‘Color planes climbing up the walls/The studio in London’, Marty Bax • ‘Like a walk in one of Mondriaan’s paintings”/The last studios in New York’, Ingelies Vermeulen • ‘All that Jazz/Victory Boogie Woogie
About the Author
Cees W. de Jong is Director of the design studio and publishing company V+K Design-Publishing in the Netherlands. He has written a number of books, including Dutch Graphic Design, New Poster Art, Creative Type, Piet Mondrian: The Studios and Sans Serif, all published by Thames & Hudson.
List of Contributors
Marty Bax, Marjory Degen, Katjuscha Otte, Martijn F. Le Coultre, Ingelies Vermeulen