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Victor VASARELY

(1906-1997)

Composition cinétique (Serigraph) - Victor  VASARELY

VASARELY Victor

Composition cinétique

750.00 €

Serigraph LCD4048

Fille Fleur (Serigraph) - Victor  VASARELY

VASARELY Victor

Fille Fleur, 1980

1 200.00 €

Serigraph LCD3837

Two tigers on gold (Serigraph) - Victor  VASARELY

VASARELY Victor

Two tigers on gold, 1980

1 200.00 €

Serigraph LCD3836

Composition cinétique (Serigraph) - Victor  VASARELY

VASARELY Victor

Composition cinétique

1 400.00 €

Serigraph LCD3791

Composition cinétique (Serigraph) - Victor  VASARELY

VASARELY Victor

Composition cinétique

1 400.00 €

Serigraph LCD1509

Sans titre (Serigraph) - Victor  VASARELY

VASARELY Victor

Sans titre

1 200.00 €

Serigraph LCD3575

Sans titre (Serigraph) - Victor  VASARELY

VASARELY Victor

Sans titre, 1970

1 400.00 €

Serigraph LCD3379

Sans titre (Serigraph) - Victor  VASARELY

VASARELY Victor

Sans titre, 1970

1 600.00 €

Serigraph LCD3378

Locmaria (Serigraph) - Victor  VASARELY

VASARELY Victor

Locmaria, 1972

450.00 €

Serigraph LCD3008

Koeroek (Serigraph) - Victor  VASARELY

VASARELY Victor

Koeroek, 1970

1 000.00 €

Serigraph LCD3178

Heisenberg (Serigraph) - Victor  VASARELY

VASARELY Victor

Heisenberg, 1979

1 000.00 €

Serigraph LCD1781

No title (Serigraph) - Victor  VASARELY

VASARELY Victor

No title

1 200.00 €

Serigraph LCD1530

Victor VASARELY

Biography

Born in Pécs, Hungary, on April 9, 1906, Victor Vasarely studied medicine, leaving after three years. He then became interested in the Bauhaus and studied at Műhely de Sándor Bortnyik in Budapest from 1928 to 1930.

In 1930, Vasarely moved to Paris where he began as a graphic artist in advertising agencies such as Havas, Draeger, Devambez. It was here that he made his first major work, Zebra (1940), considered today as the first work in the Op art genre. For the next two decades, he developed his own model of geometric abstract art, working in a variety of materials, but employing a minimal number of shapes and colors.

Vasarely worked for many companies and metamorphosis, with his son Yvaral, in 1972, the logo of Renault. With his wife Claire, he created the Vasarely Foundation, recognized as a public utility in 1971 (Didactic Museum of Gordes 1970 - 1996 and the Architectural Center of Aix-en-Provence in 1976).

Victor Vasarely is the father of the visual artist Yvaral (1934 - 2002), and the grandfather of Pierre Vasarely, his universal legatee and holder of moral rights, President of the Vasarely Foundation since July 2009.

Victor Vasarely died in Paris on March 15, 1997.

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