In “Souzon,” Victor Vasarely uniquely represented the world through multiple colors and diverse shapes of widely varying sizes. Originally an accountant and advertising poster designer, the brilliant leader of the Op Art movement pioneered a virtuoso...Read Full Description
geometric style that unified color and form. Striving to devise a universal pictorial language, Vasarely (1908 – 1997) reduced nature to geometric shapes, influenced by physics, biochemistry and magnetic fields. In the 1960s, Vasarely's innovative works were reproduced on countless posters and fabrics. Today, they are displayed in almost every major art museum’s contemporary collection.