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It was around this time that the term ‘Op Art’ entered the public consciousness. Op Art captured the imagination of the public and became part of the swinging sixties. The fashion, design and advertising industries fell in love with its graphic, sign-like patterns and decorative value. Op Art was cool, and Bridget Riley became Great Britain’s number one art celebrity.

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Untitled Document

theguardian.com

Bridget Riley Fall 1963 ‘I try to organise a field of visual energy which accumulates until it reaches maximum tension'

'Fall', Bridget Riley | Tate

tate.org.uk

Go see Bridget Riley: Paintings and Related Work | Life.Style.etc

lifestyleetc.co.uk

Bridget Riley | Op-art.co.uk | Op-Art.co.uk

op-art.co.uk