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No Illusions: 3 Things Every Optical Art Collector Should Know

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Optical artworks, known as Op Art, arrived on the gallery scene in the rebellious and expansive ‘60s, proving that bold colors, clean lines, and white spaces make compelling subjects. Due to the adaptive nature of the form, Op Art has been a lively part of the art scene since it emerged. There are 3 things you should know about collecting Op Art. If you see an Op Art piece you really want, buy it fast. Read More»