Cleveland Arts Prize
The Cleveland Arts Prize committee’s recognition of Julian Stanczak came at the peak of his fame as a major figure in the Op Art movement. A master of the dynamic interplay of color and light, Stanczak (born in 1928 in Borownica, Poland) had emerged in the late 1950s and early ’60s as a painter of extraordinary power and striking originality. He was the first to use undulating lines in his paintings, producing unsettling, quivering forms that seemed to shiver and throb with light.
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