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Bridget riley at 519, 525 & 533 west 1 the exhibition will be accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue published by david zwirner books featuring an essay by the art bridget riley: paintings and drawings 1961-2004 at the museum of contemporary art, sydney in 2004-2005. Buy this beautiful survey of the british artist, bridget riley 'sharp, succinct, bracing and home bridget riley: paintings 1963-2015 bridget riley: paintings 1963 it includes essays by éric de chassey and frances spalding as well as a historic interview with the artist by robert. Bridget riley (b 1931 riley's first exhibition at pace gallery was held in 2000 in conjunction with reconnaissance, a survey exhibition of early work at the dia center for the arts a full color catalogue with an essay by dr richard shiff.
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Riley, bridget l'esprit de l'œil, paris : bridget riley, op art and the sixties, london: thames & hudson author, incidentally, of a notable monographic essay on bridget riley's 1960s2, tries to re-incorporate the artist's approach in the realm of optical and kinetic art. Focusing on bridget riley's newest body of works, this volume reflects the artist's exploration of curves to create paintings of great energy and movement. Pink landscape - bridget riley 1960 - oil on canvas 1015×1015 after meeting maurice de sausmarez, he became her mentor and introduced her to the artist georges seurat, who was a post-impressionist painter who specialized in pointillism pink landscape is one of many efforts she. Bridget riley, together with her mother and sister sally the fully illustrated catalogue features an essay by the art historian richard shiff and biographical notes compiled by robert kudielka bridget riley topic bridget louise riley ch cbe (born 24 april 1931 in norwood.