OP Art<br />1964-1969<br />By: Christina Anderson<br />
Characteristics of Op Art<br />Op Art is a term used as an abbreviation of ‘optical art’ to refer to painting that exploit...
Carlos Cruz-DiezFisicromia, 1961<br />
Bridget Riley<br />White Disks, Bridget Riley, 1964<br />Movement in squares - Bridget Riley 1961 <br />
Bridget Riley<br />Cataract 3 - Bridget Riley 1967<br />Zing 1 - Bridget Riley 1971<br />
Victor Vasarely<br />Tridem K, Victor Vasarely, 2000<br />Expansive - Regressive // Universal Structures<br />
Victor Vasarely<br />Zebra, Victor Vasarely, 1989<br />
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Op Art By: Christina Anderson

  1. 1. OP Art<br />1964-1969<br />By: Christina Anderson<br />
  2. 2. Characteristics of Op Art<br />Op Art is a term used as an abbreviation of ‘optical art’ to refer to painting that exploits the illusions or optical effects of perceptual processes. In the viewers mind, Op Art gives the illusion of movement and vibration, swelling or warping through geometric forms. <br />The artist manipulates light, color fields or repeats patterns of line in order to produce visual illusions. The effects can sometimes be disorienting. <br />
  3. 3. Carlos Cruz-DiezFisicromia, 1961<br />
  4. 4. Bridget Riley<br />White Disks, Bridget Riley, 1964<br />Movement in squares - Bridget Riley 1961 <br />
  5. 5. Bridget Riley<br />Cataract 3 - Bridget Riley 1967<br />Zing 1 - Bridget Riley 1971<br />
  6. 6. Victor Vasarely<br />Tridem K, Victor Vasarely, 2000<br />Expansive - Regressive // Universal Structures<br />
  7. 7. Victor Vasarely<br />Zebra, Victor Vasarely, 1989<br />

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