Bridget Riley: Studies 1984–95

New Ridinghouse Publication

Announcing the publication of Bridget Riley: Studies 1984–95, which tracks a transitional period of Riley’s career.


During the mid-1980s, Riley introduced a new pictorial device – the rhomboid – to the then predominantly vertical stripes, developing her exploration of interplaying tones of green, yellow and orange. 

Illustrated in full colour, the works on paper are accompanied by a historic interview with the artist by Robert Kudielka and a text by Natalia Naish and Alexandra Tommasini, which situate these studies with major paintings during this period.


For further information, see the Ridinghouse website.

March 11, 2015