The photography has the signature and note of the artist on the back.
Julio Le Parc attended the Escuela de Bellas Artes de Buenos Aires (National Academy of Fine Arts) where he met Francisco Sobrino and Horacio Garcia Rossi. In 1958, he went to Paris. He worked there in the studio of Victor Vasarely. As a light and object artist, he started working with like-minded people in the Groupe de Recherche d'Art Visuel.
He mainly created lumino-kinetic objects and mobiles with light reflectors. His goal was to illustrate visual phenomena through experimentation. New technologies were said to have been employed to portray the relationship between light and movement in an innovative manner. The intention of his work is to alter body awareness and equilibrium through a distortion of visual information. He uses light, reflective surfaces, lenses, patterned glass and distorting mirrors. Through the reflections of the shiny surfaces he achieves dynamic effects. The observer is encouraged to actively interact through being able to manipulate and move elements of the objects at will.
- Julio Le Parc (1928-)
- Titel van kunstwerk
- Ohne Titel, 1964
- Vintage fotograaf
- COA door Galerie Ivo Kamm
- 20×30 cm