David Bloch Gallery proposes a new edition of “SENSITIVE EYE”.
This collective exhibition takes up a favorite theme of the gallery around optical art and geometric abstraction.
Inspired by pointillists, cubists and other futurists from the first half of the 20th century, Optical Art has never ceased to surprise since its development in the 1960s. Essentially abstract, optical and kinetic art creations actively engage the viewer.
By showing different games of movement, light and balance, Op Art explores the dynamics of vision and the fallibility of the eye.
It plays on illusions and perceptions to better place the spectator at the center of new sensory experiences, between pleasure and vertigo.
These visual solicitations, proof of the sensitive, are at the heart of the works of the artists brought together by the David Bloch Gallery for this new unprecedented exhibition.
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