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Minunile Geometriei VICTOR VASARELY
http://www.erevos.com/vasarely/vv.htm Victor Vasarely  1908-1997  French painter, sculptor, and graphic artist of Hungaria...
In their fully developed form, Vasarely’s geometrical abstractions produce mesmerizing, almost hallucinatory effects that ...
Vega  Vizi
Vega Kontosh
VEGA HAROMSZOR
VEGA  ZETT
V A S A K 303 ~ V E G A 201
VEGA
R I V O T R I L
Terz
VPSTRI
PAL SUEKE
VY  47  G
PILANGO
POCAL
Expansive
BOO
T E R U R
RELAT  IF
VY 47 E
VY 47 H
VY 47 C
KOSKA CAR
STRI  AND VALI
INN
OUT
OPUS 293
P E N D U L U M
HIKT
XEXA DOMB
TTARKA
BOREAL NEG
KESEGE
BIZA ZETT PRE
A r c t u r u s
REYTEY VA
V T O K
VONAL SSZ
AXO 2
AXO 3
Progresion 1
Progresion 2
Progresion 3
HEXA S
 
RED  HEXAGON
HEX
UTEM
BIDIM  SEY
SZEXTANS
OKTA OR
VONAL
 
 
HOMOC
Ter  Ur  B
CTA BLEU
GLOBE
ANDROMEDA
Samoca
 
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  1. 1. Minunile Geometriei VICTOR VASARELY
  2. 2. http://www.erevos.com/vasarely/vv.htm Victor Vasarely 1908-1997 French painter, sculptor, and graphic artist of Hungarian birth, who is recognized not only as the creator of Op Art but as one of the most successful Op Artists. He was born on April 9, 1908, in Pecs, Hungary, and, forsaking the medical studies he had begun in Budapest, attended the Polodini-Volkmann Academy in 1927, then (1928-1929) the Muhely Academy (the "Bauhaus of Budapest"), where Laszlo Moholy-Nagy was one of his teachers and where he encountered the work of Mondrian, Malevich, Kandinsky, and Gropius. In 1930 he settled in Paris, where he initially worked as a commercial graphic artist. He acquired French nationality in 1959. During the 1930s he was influenced by Costructivism, but Vasarely’s interest in geometrical abstractions, and the potential of using them to produce striking visual effects, began in the late 1940s. The basic components were squares, circles, and triangles, and horizontal and vertical parallel lines; by drawing lines at varying distances from one another and introducing undulations, Vasarely created the illusion of three-dimensional space. His style reached maturity in the mid-1950s and 1960s, when he began using brighter, more vibrant colours to further enhance the suggestion of movement through optical illusion. Representative works include "Sirius II", "Ondho", and "Arny-C".
  3. 3. In their fully developed form, Vasarely’s geometrical abstractions produce mesmerizing, almost hallucinatory effects that entrap the eye and often create a very immediate sensation of movement. For example, VEGA PER (1969, Honolulu Academy of Arts) is a canvas covered with an overall pattern of red and green dots. By the manipulation of foreshortening and perspectival effects, the centre of the picture plane appears to balloon out at the viewer, in the manner of a net into which a football has been thrust. Other compositions lead the eye headlong into illusory tunnels or corridors formed by squares that "disappear" in the "depths" of the canvas. Vasarely called this technique cinetisme. Vasarely’s paintings are some of the most powerful examples of Op Art. He was very influential on younger Op Artists and was instrumental in forming the Groupe de Recherche d’Art Visuel in Paris. Much of his work is housed in the Musee Vasarely, at the Chateau de Gourdes in Vancluse departement, southern France which he opened himself in 1970. In 1970 he also established the Foundation Vasarely, which in 1976 took up quarters near Aix-en-Provence in a building that he designed. Vasarely also worked as a sculptor, and collaborated with architects, producing a mural and an aluminium relief for the University of Caracas (1967) and contributing to the design of the French pavilion at Expo ‘67 in Montreal. Victor Vasarely died on 15 March 1997 at his home in Annet-on-Marne.
  4. 4. Vega Vizi
  5. 5. Vega Kontosh
  6. 6. VEGA HAROMSZOR
  7. 7. VEGA ZETT
  8. 8. V A S A K 303 ~ V E G A 201
  9. 9. VEGA
  10. 10. R I V O T R I L
  11. 11. Terz
  12. 12. VPSTRI
  13. 13. PAL SUEKE
  14. 14. VY 47 G
  15. 15. PILANGO
  16. 16. POCAL
  17. 17. Expansive
  18. 18. BOO
  19. 19. T E R U R
  20. 20. RELAT IF
  21. 21. VY 47 E
  22. 22. VY 47 H
  23. 23. VY 47 C
  24. 24. KOSKA CAR
  25. 25. STRI AND VALI
  26. 26. INN
  27. 27. OUT
  28. 28. OPUS 293
  29. 29. P E N D U L U M
  30. 30. HIKT
  31. 31. XEXA DOMB
  32. 32. TTARKA
  33. 33. BOREAL NEG
  34. 34. KESEGE
  35. 35. BIZA ZETT PRE
  36. 36. A r c t u r u s
  37. 37. REYTEY VA
  38. 38. V T O K
  39. 39. VONAL SSZ
  40. 40. AXO 2
  41. 41. AXO 3
  42. 42. Progresion 1
  43. 43. Progresion 2
  44. 44. Progresion 3
  45. 45. HEXA S
  46. 47. RED HEXAGON
  47. 48. HEX
  48. 49. UTEM
  49. 50. BIDIM SEY
  50. 51. SZEXTANS
  51. 52. OKTA OR
  52. 53. VONAL
  53. 56. HOMOC
  54. 57. Ter Ur B
  55. 58. CTA BLEU
  56. 59. GLOBE
  57. 60. ANDROMEDA
  58. 61. Samoca
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