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Oeuvres Profondes Cinetiques by Victor Vasarely

Oeuvres Profondes Cinetiques by Victor Vasarely

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Edition Size: Unknown

Sheet Size: 29 X 29 X 4 cm


Condition: Pristine

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Set of eight 3D sculptures/objects from the portfolio ‘Oeuvres Profondes Cinetiques’ by Victor Vasarely. One object consists of two lithograph prints – one printed on transparent medium and one on heavy paper. When positioned one on top of another with right distance, superposition creates an optical effects depending on viewing angle. – Custom framed in gallery wooden frames with glass. – Published by: Editions du Griffon Neuchatel, 1973. – Printed in Switzerland

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Victor Vasarely

Victor Vasarely was born in Hungary in 1908 and died in Paris in 1997. Vasarely was the most important representative of the ephemeral optical art or Op Art movement. From 1928 to 1930, he was influenced by abstract art and Russian constructivists as well as the Budapest Bauhaus. In the era of technical reproductivity, he aspired to give a strictly scientific and theoretical basis to his art. In 1930, he moved to Paris where he worked mainly as a graphic designer.

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