The Musee D'Art moderne de la Ville de Paris hosts the French capital's first ever retrospective of the works of Bridget Riley, who despite her international reputation remains relatively unknown in France. Riley's abstract works, first developed in the Sixties, explore optical illusions, the use of colour and ideas of form and shape. This wide-ranging retrospective incorporates her early canvases, inspired by Seurat, the black-and-white tableaux of the Op Art period and more recent works - some of which have been specially commissioned for the Paris opening.
Exhibition dates: Thursday 12 June - Sunday 14 September 2008
Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris
11 Avenue du Président-Wilson
75116 Paris Info
EXHIBITIONS WITH THE GREEN ON RED GALLERY:
New Paintings, New Gouches, 25 May - 30 Jun 2007
Painting, Studies and Prints, 27 Jun - 30 Aug 2003
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