Biomorphic Artworks

This edit is a curation of our favourite Partnership Editions Biomorphic Artworks. From the Greek word ‘bios’, meaning life or form, these artworks seem to have been modelled after shapes and patterns seen in the natural world.

From the 1930s, this style carectarised by its fluid lines and curvilinear forms was a sign of an intuitive process of organic abstraction, commonly part of the Surrealist movement. Artists like Joan Miró, Jean Arp, Henry Moore, or Louise Bourgeois are some of the great masters that evoked living forms and organisms in their work.

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