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Both ancient and modern art have experimented with the decorative effect produced by two-colour checks or perpendicular lines of multi-coloured squares. 
In masonry, monumental tiling, painting, or as a vertical or perspective pattern, the square has always fascinated the talented talent. 
Which of us has not sketched a checker-board pattern on a piece of scrap paper or a school book, waiting for the meeting, the lesson or the telephone call to end? Spontaneous expression of energy? Of creativity?
Kandinsky Wassily (1866-1944)
Paris, Centre Pompidou - Musée national d'art moderne - Centre de création industrielle
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