Beginning around the middle of the 20th century, two separate yet complementary art movements brought something new to plastic, two and three-dimensional forms. Op art artists created the perception of movement on a two-dimensional surface, while Kinetic art artists experimented with moving three-dimensional forms. This exhibition at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art brings together these movements to tell the story of the exploration of motion in the 1960s and 70s.
Moving Vision features 40 works centered around the Museum’s own masterpieces of Op and Kinetic Art, alongside a series of historically significant loans from private collections. Included are some of the great names in Op and Kinetic Art — from Alexander Calder and Victor Vasarely to Richard Anuszkiewicz and Fletcher Benton.
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