Max Bill (Winterthur 1908 - Berlin 1994). Max Bill studied at the Bauhaus under Josef Albers, Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee and others. In 1929 Max Bill moved to Zurich, where he worked as an architect, painter, graphic artist and sculpturist and later also as a product designer. From 1932 to 1936 Max Bill was a member of the Parisian group of artists "Abstraction-Création". In 1936 Bill formulated the Principles of Concrete Art, as a refinement of the ideas published by Theo van Doesburg. Bill is one of the most important exponents of this art genre.