Op Art comeback: CHOICES PARIS art fair on The New York Times

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Bridget Riley, “Rustle”, 2015. Paintings, acrylic on APF polyester support, 73.5 x 77.25 in. (186.7 x 196.2 cm.).
Bridget Riley, “Rustle”, 2015. Paintings, acrylic on APF polyester support, 73.5 x 77.25 in. (186,7 x 196,2 cm).

 Chosen for  THERESPONSIVEI.COM  by Eva Zanardi  

The artwork Rustle by British artist Bridget Riley is shimmery six-foot rectangular composition on plastic panel that has been sold to an English collector for £ 550,000 (about US$842,500).

For more see The New York Times’ article Choices Paris: A Fair That Nourishes Its Roots

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