With his woodcuts, Gabriel Braun creates cool aesthetics in the long tradition of abstraction. When speaking of modern abstraction, it is common to think of the beginning of the 20th Century and to associate its early days with art-historical styles such as Suprematism, Constructivism, De Stijl and Bauhaus.
Gabriel Braun uses geometrical forms such as circles, triangles or rectangles.All of them have in common the fact that they represent reduced forms. The motives are repeated in varying colours. As a result of the serial arrangement of the woodcuts above and next to each other, a special rhythm arises.