The Corn Hall is proud to present a survey of Bridget Riley’s screenprints to coincide with her major retrospective at the Hayward Gallery, London (28 October – 26 January). Like the Hayward show, but in a more modest fashion, our exhibition covers the various stages in Riley’s career.
Renowned for her Op-Art paintings, Bridget Riley uses colour, line and shape, as well as remarkable precision to produce visually hypnotic effects that capture a sense of movement and dimension. Our exhibition will feature the black and white screenprints from the early ‘60s that helped make Riley’s international reputation as well as images that span six decades of her career.
Bridget Riley's work at the Corn Hall is part of our Masters at the Corn Hall series of exhibitions.
Please note: the exhibition only runs until Friday 29th November.
Exhibition talk – Saturday 23 November 12-1pm Free
David Case will discuss Riley’s career, focussing on her early monochrome work.