|Medium||Acrylic and Silkscreen Sculpture|
|Edition||Numbered 169/200 in black pen on the bottom of one side.|
|Condition||This work is in good condition with very minor surface scratches.|
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Composed of transparent Plexiglas, this square tower is truly multi-faceted. Parallel wavy black lines along each of the four faces communicate a sense of motion in Vasarely's trademark style while also providing for an element of interaction. On two sides are rearing Zebras facing different directions that give a sense of story. While the other two sides convey an optic image that relays a sense of three dimensionality and motion, as if the geometric image is either receding or emerging out towards the viewer. All sides of this tower relay the impression of slight fluctuating motion, toying with the viewer's visual perception.
This original acrylic and silkscreen sculpture is numbered 169/200 in black pen on the bottom of one side. This work comes with its own custom-made acrylic/Lucite base.
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Victor Vasarely's Zebra (1937) is a highly contrasting somewhat-abstracted work that set the course for Optical Art in the 20th century.