This set of 8 dual pieces of optical Pop art comprise a serigraph from Victor Vasarely. It is dated 1973 and is published by Griffon Neuchatel, Switzerland.
Each set is one piece of photographic paper with a grid of black on white or white on black, and a matching translucent piece with slightly different but similar designs. When put on top of each other, the resulting image is moving and alive. Make one slight shift and the picture changes. It is dynamic and vibrant art. Since there are 8 sets you can frame each set and make quite a splash in a modern setting! Each square measures 101/2” (17cm). The cover is slightly bent at the corners and the covering clear protective page has 2 creases near the top as shown. The art is in excellent condition.
Victor Vasarely is seen as the father of pop art and his work is exhibited in major museums around the world.
Item ID: RLLR1215
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