The Eye's Mind : Bridget Riley - Collected Writings, 1965-99
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.
- Paperback | 238 pages
- 170 x 230mm | 660g
- 28 Jun 1999
- Thames & Hudson Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- 49 illustrations, 22 in colour
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.