Exhibition: Eye Attack @ Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, DK

 Chosen for  THERESPONSIVEI.COM  by Eva Zanardi  

4.2.20165.6.2016
With the first major presentation of Op Art and Kinetic Art in Scandinavia for more than 50 years, Louisiana opens the door to a visual experimental laboratory with the whole range of media and techniques.
Bridget Riley, "Blaze 4", 1964

Bridget Riley, “Blaze 4”, 1964, Emulsion on hardboard, 42 9/10 × 42 9/10 in, 109 × 109 cm

 

Gianni Colombo, "Spazio Elastico [Elastic Space]", 1967–68

Gianni Colombo, “Spazio Elastico [Elastic Space]”, 1967–68. Elastic cord, black light, electric motor.

Bridget Riley, "Movement in Squares", 1961Bridget Riley, "Movement in Squares", 1961

Bridget Riley, “Movement in Squares”, 1961, emulsion on board, 123.2 x 121.3 cm /48½ x 47¾ in.

 

Victor Vasarely "Alom (Rêve)", 1966

Victor Vasarely “Alom (Rêve)”, 1966, Collage on plywood, 99 1/5 × 99 1/5 in, 252 × 252 cm

 

Edwin Mieczkowski, "Monobloc No. 1", 1966

Edwin Mieczkowski, “Monobloc No. 1”, 1966, Oil on masonite, 47 × 47 1/10 in, 119.3 × 119.6 cm

 

Victor Vasarely, "Re.Na II A", 1968

Victor Vasarely, “Re.Na II A”, 1968, Oil and acrylic on canvas, 70 9/10 × 70 9/10 in, 180 × 180 cm

 

Victor Vasarely, "Citra", 1955-1959,

Victor Vasarely, “Citra”, 1955-1959, Oil on canvas, 43 3/10 × 43 3/10 in, 110 × 110 cm

 

Bridget Riley, "Current", 1964,

Bridget Riley, “Current”, 1964, Synthetic polymer paint on composition board, 58 3/8 x 58 7/8″ (148.1 x 149.3 cm)

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