The Eye’s Mind

Bridget Riley, Collected Writings 1965–2009
Edited by Robert Kudielka
Softback

Publisher: Ridinghouse 2009 in association with Thames & Hudson

ISBN: 978 1 905464 22 7

Dimensions: 23 × 17 cm | 9 x 6 3/4 in

Pages: 352 pp, 92 colour ill
£16.95

Divided into three sections, the writings reveal Riley’s relationship to different topics over time, including the term ‘abstract’; the influence of Georges Seurat and Paul Cézanne; the role of colour and painting throughout art history; the importance of perception and much more.

 

The book includes interviews with preeminent art historians such as David Sylvester, Mel Gooding and Lynne Cooke, as well as in-depth studies of other artists: Piet Mondrian, Bruce Nauman and Georges Seurat.