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In this group of works, Roger explores color complexity with a remarkable formal simplicity. It is preceded by a comprehensive study of geometric abstraction and the works of Kazimir Malevich, Piet Mondrian, Josef Albers, and Richard Paul Lhose, and of American color field painting with special attention to Rothko. He systematizes in this group of pieces a study format in which the square is consolidated as the ideal form to regularly divide the surface of the canvas, thus offering an identical space to each color that comprises it.

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