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Penetrable amarillo. Del gran maestro Jesús Soto. © afp/omar torres.

Penetrable amarillo. Del gran maestro Jesús Soto. © afp/omar torres.

Jesus Rafael Soto, Courtesy Galerie Perrotin ; © Jesús Rafael Soto/ ADAGP, Paris, 2015

Jesus Rafael Soto, Courtesy Galerie Perrotin ; © Jesús Rafael Soto/ ADAGP, Paris, 2015

Sphere bleue de Paris (2000) Artist: Jesus Rafael Soto, The globe-like form in Sphere bleue de Paris appears to defy gravity, suggesting an energetic power-source, a world or universe. It is created by thin strands of blue rubber tubing, evenly spaced, and moved with a gentle wind or slight touch.

Jesus Rafael Soto

Sphere bleue de Paris (2000) Artist: Jesus Rafael Soto, The globe-like form in Sphere bleue de Paris appears to defy gravity, suggesting an energetic power-source, a world or universe. It is created by thin strands of blue rubber tubing, evenly spaced, and moved with a gentle wind or slight touch.

Jesus Soto (1923-2005).  Energy is one of the most striking elements of Soto's work and his experiments with optical effects are representative of some of the most successful of the Op Art-Kinetic Art movements. Soto's work, however, surpasses the mere exploitation of optical effects and he presents in his paintings a concentration of energy which attain a point where the paintings become a mirage, kinesthetically like a mental tension.

Jesus Soto (1923-2005). Energy is one of the most striking elements of Soto's work and his experiments with optical effects are representative of some of the most successful of the Op Art-Kinetic Art movements. Soto's work, however, surpasses the mere exploitation of optical effects and he presents in his paintings a concentration of energy which attain a point where the paintings become a mirage, kinesthetically like a mental tension.

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