Victor Vasarely was a Hungarian-French artist credited with having created the Op Art movement.
Vasarely’s paintings and sculpture utilised geometrical shapes and colorful graphics to create illusions of
spatial depth on twodimensional surfaces.
The exhibition commemorates the 110th anniversary of birth of the father of opart and includes 20 serigraphs from the late periods of the artist.
The works of art of the Vasarely exhibition have never been seen in Ljubljana before and some of the pictures will be on display for the first time The art pieces on display belong to Tibor Csepei and his wife, Kati, who were longtime friends of the artist.
Friday, 16th December at 10:00-11:30
Barvarska street 8, Ljubljana
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