12 Sep → 12 Sep 2021
Every day from 10 am to 6 pm.
Kinetic art is generally thought to have originated when young South American artists met Victor Vasarely in Paris in the 1950s. The French capital was then considered a key artistic meeting point. This story is not entirely untrue, although it is romantic. For in Paris in the mid-twentieth century, artists were very interested in movement, dynamism, light and optical illusions through various artistic practices. Not to mention that Vasarely is the artist providence of optico-kinetic art! For this original exhibition in collaboration with the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the greatest names in the movement are brought together: Carmelo Arden Quin, Antonio Asis, Henryk Berlewi, Martha Boto, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Horacio García Rossi, Julije Knifer, Stanislav Kolibál, Gyula Kosice, Piotr Kowalski, Juan Melé, Vera Molnár, Vera Molnár, Vera Molnár, István Nádler, Nicolas Schöffer, Jesús Rafael Soto, Henryk Stazewski, Victor Vasarely and Jan Ziemski. Only twenty works are presented, but the exhibition is no less impressive. You will be amazed!
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