Klaus Staudt is a German artist born in Otterndorf am Main in 1932. He became known for his unique approach to geometric abstraction. In 1963 he became a member of the avant-garde international artist group Neue Tendenzen. His aesthetics of uniform grid structures is groundbreaking, rightfully making Staudt one of the leading exponents of constructive-concrete art in Germany. The core compositional component of his works is the square, which he varies, modulates, and explores over the decades of his extensive career. His works are characterized by the interaction between light, color, and shades. Apart from numerous worldwide exhibitions, Staudt is also known for his academic activity, such as his professorship at the Hochschule für Gestaltung, and research occupation at International Artists’ House Villa Concordia.