retinal art

retinal art
   As originated by Marcel Duchamp (French-American, 1887-1968), this refers to art whose appeal is mainly or exclusively to the eye rather than to the mind. Also see Dada, meaning, Op Art, optical, and sight.

Glossary of Art Terms. 2014.

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