Jesus Rafael Soto
Jesus Rafael Soto was a Venezuelan op and kinetic artist known for his unique style of optical and geometric abstraction. In the 1950s, Soto began focusing on creating artworks that relied on optical effects, such as vibrating patterns and moiré effects, to create a sense of movement and dynamism. His most famous works include large-scale installations consisting of suspended metallic wires or rods that appear to change shape as the viewer moves around them. Soto's revolutionary approach to art made him a key figure in the kinetic art movement of the 20th century, and his works continue to be celebrated for their interactive and immersive qualities.
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SOMETHING in the style of Jesus Rafael Soto