Paperback coffee table book featuring the works of artist, Bridget Riley, from the 1960s and 1970s. Text by Lisa G. Corrin, Robert Kudielka, Frances Spalding, published in 1999. First edition, 120 pages.
"One of the most radical moves in the history of post 1945 British art was Bridget Riley's decision to destabilize the image. When she first began working with the energies inherent in purely pictorial relations in her black and white paintings of the 1960s, she shifted the arena for dramatic confrontation from the surface of the canvas into the space between the spectator and the work of art."