Jean-Pierre YVARAL |
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France 1934 - 2002
Jean-Pierre Vasarely (1934–2002), professionally known as Yvaral, was a French artist working in the fields of op-art and kinetic art from 1954 onwards.
Combining the poetry of geometry with figurative art, Yvaral has created a wholly original body of artworks that has received the praise of important critics and museum curators around the world.
Yvaral grew up in a complete artistic ambiance. Working alongside his father, Victor Vasarely, he discovered and explored the beauty of geometry in art. The inspiration of the French Impressionists and Pointillists is evident in Yvaral's vibrant paintings. The artist juxtaposes pure colors next to one another to achieve the illusion of three-dimensional forms.
Graphic Arts Studies and the Ecole des Arts Appliques (School of Applied Art) in Paris.
First research into constructive abstract art in 1954
Co-founder of the Groupe de Recherche d'Art Visuel (Visual Art Research Group) in 1960, with which he exhibited throughout the world until 1968.
Through his search for a geometric vocabulary (cubic structure, structured horizons,) and his desire to codify visual constants, Yvaral attempts to define a digital art (a concept of digitalized image) using his past experiences and by means of new manipulations that are possible due to the technology of our era.
Op-Art Gallery - Esslingen, Germany
Howard Wise Gallery - New York
Ricke Gallery - Kassel, Germany
Tobies and Silex Gallery - Cologne
Hagen Museum - Germany
Redfern Gallery - London
Denise Rene Gallery - Paris
Semika Huber Gallery - Zurich
Govaerts Gallery - Brussels
Fine Arts Museum - Caracas
Hotel de Ville de Paris - Retrospective
F.I.A.C. Grand Palais - Paris
Pavillon des Arts - Paris
Circle Gallery - New York - Los Angeles - San Francisco - Chicago - Houston - Dallas
"Artec 90" - Nagoya, Japan - Selected to represent France
Mitsukoski Museum - Tokyo
Venezuela -- Personal Exhibit - Museum of Fine Arts - Caracas
Siete-Siete Gallery Exhibit.
Germany -- Chapel Art Center, Cologne
France -- "History of Black and White" - Museum of Grenoble
elgium -- Charleroi Museum
France -- "Movement" Exhibit - Denise Rene Gallery - Paris
Musuem of Libourne
Programmed Art - Vasarely Foundation - Aiz-en-Provence
Norway -- Henie-Onstad Museum - Oslo
Finland -- Porin Taidemuseo Museum - Pori ...
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