He envisions an art able “to go out into the streets, to invade nature and the city and to penetrate our consciousness not merely at the level of a privileged élite but at the level of the entire human community.” If any art is to achieve this Tolstoian ideal, Mr. Vasarely’s enchanting creations, based simply on the capabilities of color and the human eye. are promising candidates.
her father, and has made a sound professional job of it. Michelson worked in a time of exciting discoveries, and once into the book, it requires a positively bigoted lack of interest in science to stop reading. Illustrations, diagrams, notes.