The movement of the concrete artists from Zurich also known as swiss Concrete Art is an artistic movement born around 1930 and associated to the geometric movement. It was born in Zurich, Switzerland as a natural continuation of the german Bauhaus movement.
For the art historian Hans A. Lüthy, the school of the concrete artists from Zurich formed by Max Bill, Richard Paul Lohse, Camille Graeser and Verena Loewensberg, represent the most important contribution of the swiss art to the 900’. The aesthetic of the concrete art is most clean and rational part of the geometrical abstraction and perfectly represent the swiss way of living and thinking. The quality and the precision of the execution are the main features of the swiss concrete art.
The artists of the concrete movement were also involved and very active in design and in other forms of art. The artworks of the concrete artists are in the collections of most important museums in the world.