Op Art and the black and white work of Bridget Riley were synonymous with the Pop culture of the 1960s London scene and very influential on international graphic, fashion and fabric design. In 1967, Twiggy was photographed by American photographer Bert Stern for Vogue. Wearing a sequined jumpsuit by Gene Shelly, a black Hansen ‘hand-thong’ attached to a Baume & Mercier, Geneve watch and a pink Maxine Clement for Maximilia ‘hand-thong’ attached to a Juvenia watch, she poses in front of a Bridget Riley artwork.
|Medium||Large Format Silver Gleatin C Print, Ed. 5/9|
|Dimensions||180 x 180 cm|
|Credit Line||IMMA Collection: Loan, George and Maura McClelland, 2005|
|Not on view|
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