Youri Messen-Jaschin, new Op art research, 2014

This screenprinting in black and white, when you look, the brain added color: red, mauve, bright yellow, green brilliant. It is the game of the optical illusion and our brain..  You must see the original silkscreen to see these illusions, the internet will not reveal these illusions to you. Digital distorts illusion.

  • Screenprinting | 1 to 15 print’s |
    Paper: 101,5 x 71,5 cm
    Print: 67,5 x 47 cm
    Paper Lessebo Bright 400 g/m2
    available – price on request                                                                                                Exhibition in Moscow | Channel One Television | November 2016
    © photography | 2014 | Youri Messen-Jaschin |
    ® Prolitteris | 8033 Zurich | Switzerland
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What you do not see in the video is the 3 dimension.
The camera can not yet captured this dimension, certainly in the future, not today.
Perpetuum Mobile VII
Op art
77 x 77 cm
available – price on request
Plexiglas and Oil painting
© 2016 | Youri Messen-Jaschin |
Video: 2016 | © Pierre-Michel Delessert ] Youri Messen-Jaschin
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  • Blue I | 2013 |
    Paper: 101,5 x 71,5 cm
    Print: 68 x 68 cm
    Paper Lessebo Bright 400 g/m2
    screenprinting 1/15 | available: 5 print’s |
    available – price on request
    Publication Television
    RTS | Swiss Television | Night News 7.30 pm | 15.08.2016 |
    Published Book :
    2009 Visarte Vaud Editor Jean Genoud SA Switzerland
    2009 The Fascination of Technology – Faszination Technik What moves us – Was uns Bewegt Edition OSB Olympische Sport Bibliothek Cloppenburg Germany
    2010 Swiss Philatelic Post
    Museum collection
  • 2013 Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum Japan.
    2013 Sakima Art Museum Préfecture d’Okinawa, Japan.                                                    2017 POPA Museum (Op art Museum) Porrentruy Switzerland
  • Exhibition
  • 2013 Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum Japan.                                                                        2016 Moscow | Channel One Television | November
  • © Youri Messen-Jaschin
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What you do not see in the video is the fourth dimension.
The camera can not yet captured this dimension, certainly in the future, not today.          Exhibition in Moscow | Channel One Television | November 2016
© 2014 | Youri Messen-Jaschin |
Photography … 2014 | © Pierre-Michel Delessert |
® 2014 | Prolitteris | 8033 Zurich |
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Perpetuum Mobile I

  • Different illusions according to the angle of your look, the brain complete these illusions by sliding non-existent geometrical forms in the work.
    What you do not see in the pictures is the fourth dimension.
    The camera can not yet captured this dimension, certainly in the future, not today.
    Perpetuum mobile I
    Op art
    70,5 x 103 x 3,5 cm
    Plexiglas and oil painting
    available – price on request
    Publication
    RTS | Swiss Television | Night News 7.30 pm | 15.08.2016 |
    L’Extension / automn 2014 / Swiss magazine / Geneva /                                                         Exhibition in Moscow  Channel One Television | November 2016
  • Museum collection                                                                                                                                2017 POPA Museum (Op art Museum) Porrentruy Switzerland
  • © 2014 | Youri Messen-Jaschin |
    Photography … 2014 | © Pierre-Michel Delessert |
    ® 2014 | Prolitteris | 8033 Zurich |
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2014 Youri Messen-Jaschin

  • What you do not see in the pictures is the fourth dimension.
    The camera can not yet captured this dimension, certainly in the future, not today.
    Perpetuum mobile IV
    Op art
    66,5 x 66,5 x 4,2 cm
    Plexiglas and oil painting                                                                                                  Exhibition in Moscow | Channel One Television | November 2016
    available – price on request
    © 2014 | Youri Messen-Jaschin |
    Photography … 2014 | © Pierre-Michel Delessert |
    ® 2014 | Prolitteris | 8033 Zurich |
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Youri Messen-Jaschin 2014

© 2014 Youri Messen-Jaschin | Op art | Perpetuum Mobile V

Different illusions according to the angle of your look, the brain complete these illusions by sliding non-existent geometrical forms in the work
What you do not see in the pictures is the fourth dimension.
The camera can not yet captured this dimension, certainly in the future, not today.
Perpetuum mobile V
Op art
66,5 x 66,5 x 4,2 cm
Plexiglas and oil painting
available – price on request                                                                                                 Exhibition in Moscow | Channel One Television | November 2016
© 2014 | Youri Messen-Jaschin |
Photography … 2014 | © Pierre-Michel Delessert |
® 2014 | Prolitteris | 8033 Zurich |
Publication:
RTS | Swiss Television | Night News 7.30 pm | 15.08.2016 |
Youri Messen-Jaschin Portofolio
Wikipedia
Bibliography

oil painting
On Line I
oil painting
180 x 180 cm
available – price on request
Publication
RTS | Swiss Television | Night News 7.30 pm | 15.08.2016 |            Flac | Fondation Lémanique pour l’art contemporain | Le Guide Contemporain | Vol: III | 2016

© photography | Pierre-Michel Delessert|
® 1996 | Prolitteris | 8033 Zurich |
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Vibration III © Youri Messen-Jaschin

Year: 1977
Medium:Tapestry Weaving by Youri Messen-Jaschin
Size:
Width:
320 cm | 126.0 inches
Height:
320 cm | 126.0 inches
Depth:3 cm
available – price on request                                                                                                 Exhibition in Moscow | Channel One Television | November 2016