The Eye's Mind

The Eye's Mind : Bridget Riley - Collected Writings, 1965-99

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This is a compendium of Bridget Riley's candid writings and interviews, revealing her thoughts on art, the development of her own work and her views on other artists including Seurat, Mondrian and Nauman.show more

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  • Paperback | 238 pages
  • 170 x 230mm | 660g
  • Thames & Hudson Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 49 illustrations, 22 in colour
  • 0500281653
  • 9780500281659

Table of contents

Part 1 Autobiographical: personal interview by Nikki Henriques, 1988; the pleasures of sight, 1984; student at the RCA - 1952-1955, 1988; continuing, 1991; the hermaphrodite, 1975; the artist and society, talking to David Thompson, 1973; holidays talking to Vanya Kewley, 1996. Part 2 Development as painter: in conversation with Maurice de Sausmarez, 1967; perception is the medium, 1965; interview with David Sylvester, 1967; statement, 1970; in conversation with Robert Kudielka, 1972; working with nature, 1973; into colour in conversation with Robert Kudielka, 1978; a visit to Egypt and the decoration for the Royal Liverpool Hospital, 1984; according to sensation, in conversation with Robert Kudielka; the experience of painting, talking to Mel Gooding, 1988; something to look at, in conversation with Alex Farquharson, 1995. Part 3 On art and other artists: the flowering of the abstracts, 1983; the colour connection, in conversation with Robert Kudielka, 1977; the artist's eye - Seurat, 1992; Mondrian perceived, 1997; Mondrian - the "universal" and the "particular", 1995; painting now, 1996; Nauman's formalism.show more
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