Bridget Riley in conversation with David Sylvester and Maurice de Sausmarez

Filled with iconic black and white paintings, studies, and prints that mesmerize and challenge the viewer, Bridget Riley: Works 1960–1966 represents the foundation of the artist’s exploration of shape, movement, and perception. Accompanying a two-part exhibition of the same name at Karsten Schubert, London, and Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert, London, this volume features over 40 works from the beginning of Riley’s impressive career. Full-color illustrations are presented alongside a selection of essays, including an interview with David Sylvester from 1967 that discusses the distinctive, optically vibrant works that Riley was making during this important period, and a conversation with Maurice de Sausmarez.