Victor Vasarely, hungarian-French artist known for being one of the pioneers of optical art (Op art), He was born in Pécs, Hungary, and later moved to France, where he became an important figure in the world of art of the 1970s.
Optical art is a form of abstract art that uses optical illusions to create the impression of movement or three-dimensionality. Vasarely’s work often features geometric shapes and patterns that create visual effects, producing the sensation of movement or vibration.
His work includes famous compositions like “Zèbre” and “Vega-Nor”. He is also known for having created the logo for the Renault brand in 1971. His influence on the art world has been very significant, and he is considered one of the main figures of the Op art movement.
Vasarely’s works can be found in museums and major collections around the world. Marciano Contemporary offers original screen prints by Vasarely, allowing art lovers to discover and own a part of the legacy of this visionary artist. His innovative use of color, shape and optical effects continues to influence contemporary art.