Yaacov AGAM

 

 

Born in Israel in 1928. After studying painting at Bezalel Acadamy of Art and Design in Jerusalem and University of Zurich, moved to Paris in 1951. His 1953 solo exhibition at Galerie Graven would be the first solo exhibition ever held by an artist from the Kinetic Art movement and was a great success. Agam's abstract kinetic art was made of light, acoustics, the viewer's movements, and the movement of the art itself.

 

Well known for works and exhibitions like "Double Metamorphosis 11" at the MoMA, "Transparent Rhythms 11" at the Hirschhorn, and his fountain in La Defense in Paris. He also devised the method of Agamograph, where a lenticular lens used to see an image in totally different ways from different angles.

 


"Message of Peace (Olympic Suite)"

1978
Silkscreen
89.5x75.0cm
Signed




"Split Space (Gold)"

Silkscreen, collage
45.3×51.5cm
Ed. 180
Signed
SOLD



"Split Space (Silver)"

Silkscreen, collage
45.3×51.5cm
Ed. 90
Signed
SOLD


 


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