| Great Britain |
Born 1931 in London. Graduated from the Royal College of Art in 1955. Her study of the Pointillists in the beginning of 1960’s led to experiments in color juxtaposition, and under the influence of Victor Vasarely her work took on a geometric abstraction, in which intricate patterns of black and white or alternating colors are calculated to produce illusions of movement, color, and topography. She won a first prize at the Venice Biennale in 1968.
We present artworks signed by Bridget Riley included in the collection of MoCA:
Bridget Riley Early Light, 1987, silkscreen on paper, 19/75, 72,5х74cm. | Untitled, 1973, color silkscreen, a.p. 71×91,5cm