An exhibition of the Hungarian-born artist, Victor Vasarely’s works opened on January 13, 2022, at the Selfridges store in London.
The exhibition features 55 works, none of which have been shown to the British public in the last 50 years. It is open until March 31st.
Selfridges’ website writes the following:
“In our ever-changing Corner Shop at Selfridges London, we’re thrilled to unveil a first-of-its-kind, multi-layered cultural collaboration between Vasarely Foundation, Paco Rabanne, and Selfridges. Spanning the next three months, Universe will explore the work of ground-breaking artist Victor Vasarely, his influence on contemporaries such as Paco Rabanne as well as today’s tastemakers, and how he continues to shape the future, in this extraordinary exhibition-meets-retail space at The Selfridges Corner Shop.”
For more information about the exhibition and Vasarely, click here.
Featured image: Victor Vasarely’s Orion Noir. No2 (1968). A staff member looks at a tapestry of the Hungarian-born artist’s work on the first day of an exhibition at Selfridges, London, on January 13, 2022. Photo by Vickie Flores/MTI/EPA