Cataract 3 by Bridget Riley

Cataract 31967Op ArtEmulsion PVA on linenArts Council Collection, London, UK Riley created the series of Cataract paintings in 1967, and they constitute her first explorations into the use of colour, just before Riley became the first British painter and the first woman to win the International Prize for Painting at the 1968 Venice Biennale. Riley … Continue reading Cataract 3 by Bridget Riley

Vega III by Victor Vasarely

Vasarely’s work provides some of the most distinctive images and optical effects of the 20th century. He steered a unique course, combining virtuosic technical precision and geometrical effects. His work speaks quintessential with the concern of what is the difference between what we can see and what is really there...