Bridget Riley

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Nick Evans
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When English painter Bridget Riley, one of the foremost exponents of Op Art and geometric abstraction, first began to paint the black and white works...

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Fission | Bridget Riley | 1963

After the abstract expressionism of the 50s, several American and English artists were concerned by the relation it is formed between the art work and the spectator. And they found their answer in what they called Op art, the short for optical art. The movement explored the use of geometrical patterns to disorient the human…

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‘Hesitate’, Bridget Riley, 1964 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Hesitate’, Bridget Riley, 1964 Riley’s paintings of the 1960s were the best-known works of what became called op art. This referred to the optical effects that dominate the viewer’s experience of the painting. Sometimes such works have an almost physical effect, destabilising the viewer. In this case, however, the gradual changes in the shape of the grey forms seem to suggest two abutting cylinders receding into the picture frame. The fame of such works not only epitomised…