Géraldine invites you to discover every day a work she loves or that questions herself. Today it is a painting by Bridget Riley, Après-Midi, 1981.
« I’ve always been amazed by Bridget Riley’s style, her color schemes, from verticals and diagonals to dots and parallelograms but especially by her stripe paintings. Her art can be tough to look at at first, until the eye adjusts. In this work, I love how the stripes seems to magically unfold into depth. Space seems to gradually open up, don’t you think? » Géraldine
Bridget Riley, was born in 1931 in England. Her work, based on geometric forms and optical effects, is part of the Op Art movement.
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