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Bridget Riley, David Zwirner, NY

David Zwirner opens the gallery’s first exhibition with Bridget Riley in New York.

Bridget Riley: Prints 1962 – 2015, Sims Reed Gallery

This exhibition at Sims Reed offers an overview of the career of Bridget Riley, one of Britain’s most significant Postwar artists, taking a selection from the artist’s complete catalogue of prints.

Bridget Riley: The Stripe Paintings 1961 – 2014, David Zwirner, London

At David Zwirner Gallery, London, iconic British painter Bridget Riley presented a fleetingly immersive survey of current and older works. The Stripe Paintings 1961 – 2014 features 15 paintings and experimental studies on paper.

Bridget Riley: Colour, Stripes, Planes & Curves, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge

Bridget Riley is one of Britain’s best-known artists. Since the mid-1960s she has been celebrated for her optically vibrant paintings which actively engage the viewer’s sensations and perceptions.

Play and Optimism

“I always try to bring out people’s inner child.” Camille Walala’s most recent geometric artwork in Plymouth plays with tricks of perspective.

Change and Abstraction

How can painting reflect the mood of an era? This is the question at the heart of Gazelli Art House’s exhibition, exploring 1960s painting in the UK and US.

5 to Read: This Month

Aesthetica selects must-read publications for September. These books celebrate the works of female artists whilst navigating the US.

Geometric Transformation

London-based artist Nina Baxter produces abstract paintings that focus on the interaction of colour, drawing inspiration from landscape and architecture.

Radical Transformations

The Arts Council Collection sheds new light on the rich and diverse nature of 1960s art, casting fresh perspectives over the creations of the period.

Cultural Illumination

In the hidden depths of Australia’s most extraordinary museum, United Visual Artists uncover the lineage of creative expression.

Art as Methodology

Why do we need art? The Museum of Old and New Art, Tasmania, puts this question into conversation in their thought-provoking show On the Origin of Art.

Frieze Art Fair 2016: Gallery Highlights

Frieze Art Fair features more than 160 of the world’s leading galleries.. As one of the largest events of its kind this year, we list ten highlights from the 2016 event.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries: 27 Days to Go

In the Aesthetica Art Prize call for entries countdown, we highlight Katherine Anne Rose’s longlisted piece No.4 – a visual exploration of the more theoretical side of mathematics and geometry.

Works to Know by Heart: An Imagined Museum, Tate Liverpool

An Imagined Museum: works from the Centre Pompidou, Tate and MMK collections sees three museums bring together over 60 major artworks.

Review: Images Moving Out Onto Space, Tate St. Ives

Images Moving Out Onto Space at Tate St. Ives brings together eight artists, including Bridget Riley and Liliane Lijn, with works of kinetic painting and sculpture spanning 50 years.

Images Moving Out Onto Space, Tate

Tate St Ives invites audiences to explore motion in art through a new, interactive exhibition. Images Moving Out Onto Space unites the work of eight artists, including Bridget Riley and Dan Flavin.

Art14 London

Art14 London will return to Olympia Grand, welcoming over 180 galleries from 40 countries. Running from 28 February until 2 March, the fair brings together contemporary and modern art.

New Interpretations of Colour

James Turrell’s latest site-specific work, opening this spring in Sweden, creates interplay between the body and light.

Re-visualising the cinematic: Angela Bulloch at Simon Lee Gallery

Angela Bulloch’s (b. 1966) Discrete Manifold Whatsoever opened early this autumn in London at Simon Lee Gallery, marking her first solo exhibition in the UK…