News from the Latin American avant-garde
Contemporary Art | The Responsive Eye, the first exhibition exploring Op Art, conceived by William C. Seitz for MoMA in 1965, today belongs to the elite circle of major exhibitions.
As Arte Povera (1967), When attitudes become forms (1969), Les magiciens de la terre (1989), and Sensation (1997), The Responsive Eye marked art history and the art market. From the psychic effects provoked by the color interactions in the work of American Josef Albers to the perceptual combinations of Europeans like Victor Vasarely or Bridget Riley, of the 99 artists represented, only 7 Latin Americans were included : Carlos Cruz-Díez, […]
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