Current Location:
Lake Ontario Hall -> 1st Floor (LOH)
Location Notes:
LOH; 1st Floor; Room 163; West wall under clock

Untitled

Artwork
Identifier:
1998.370.1
Artist:
Victor Vasarely
Credit:
GVSU collection
Medium:
Serigraph
Dimensions:
Artworks - Height: 26 in Width: 23 in
Description:
Green, brown and black print with circles and ovals converging and getting lighter as they near the center of the piece.
Historical Context:
Though Vistor Vasarely is best known as one of the creators of Kinetic and Op Art, his early works also explore Symbolism, Post-Cubism, Gestural Painting and Surrealism. He has been exhibited throughout the world, with more than one hundred solo exhibitions. His entire creation is characterized by great coherence, from the evolution of his early graphic art to his determination to promote a social art, available to all.

Getty Art and Architecture Thesaurus Terms:
printmaking
screen printing
screen prints
works on paper
Library of Congress Subjects:
Serigraphy
Prints--Technique
Paper