Published on the occasion of her 2015 solo exhibition at David Zwirner, Bridget Riley: Works 1981-2015 presents detailed spreads of paintings from the last 34 years of her career, including images of "Rajasthan," a wall painting previously shown in Germany and England, and exhibited for the first time in New York. These dynamic reproductions begin with stripe paintings from the 1980s and end with her return to black and white that ties back to her work from the 1960s, but bear traces of Riley's deep engagement with color in the interim. Also included is a selection of the artist's works on paper; together, these complementary aspects of her practice over the past four decades reveal the astonishing variety she has achieved by developing and rediscovering different forms. An essay by art historian Richard Shiff contextualizes the developments in Riley's practice since the early 1980s, and further emphasizes her influence and lineage as a painter. Rounding out the publication are biographical notes by Robert Kudielka, one of the artist's foremost critics.