UEA Collection Print – Vera Molnár


Relief Print | UEA/CE 07

Born in Budapest in 1924, French media artist Vera Molnár studied art history and aesthetics at Budapest College of Fine Art from 1942-47. Molnár began making abstract and geometric works of art in 1946. In 1960, Molnar was a co-founder of GRAV alongside François Morelle. Then co-founded ‘Art et Informatique’ in 1967.

In 1968 she became the first abstract artist to translate her method of working to a computer, developing the ‘Molnart’ programme in 1974-1976, which enabled her to plot random sequences of measurements and manipulate the result.

She has been showing her work in international solo exhibitions since 1976.

The UEA Collection Editions are high quality, original prints by artists whose works are represented in, or have an affinity with, the University of East Anglia’s Collection of Abstract and Constructivist Art, Architecture and Design.

Each image is reproduced in an un-numbered edition of 200 from original material supplied by the artist.