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Bridget Riley has gone back to the future. In the 1960s her black and white paintings, dubbed ‘Op art’ by the press, seemed futuristic, combining as they did a precision and dynamism that were both appropriate to the ‘space age’. From the late 1960s Riley produced increasingly colourful paintings in which the dynamics became more subtle, producing a gentler sense...
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