Victor Vasarely was a Hungarian-born painter who became a French citizen in 1959. He was the main originator and one of the leading practitioners of Optical Art.
Typically, he created a hallucinatory impression of movement through visual ambiguity, using alternating positive-negative shapes interpruted in such a way as to suggest underlying secondary shapes. He also explored Kinetic Art.
From the mid-1950's he wrote a number of manifestos, which, together with his paintings, were a major influence on younger artists such as Bridget Riley working in the same fields. In 1970, the artist created a Vasarely Museum in Gordes and in 1976 formed a Vasarely Foundation near Aix-en-Provence.
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