Colombo-Spazio-Elastico-Elastic-Space-1967–68

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

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 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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