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Caroni III, 1971

Screen-print
33 1/10 × 23 3/5 in
84 × 60 cm
Edition of 79/175
This is part of a limited edition set.
€990
location
Montevideo
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Kunzt Gallery
Montevideo
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Untitled from 'Caroni' portfolio. Published by Denise René / Hans Mayer with the blind …

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Untitled from 'Caroni' portfolio. Published by Denise René / Hans Mayer with the blind stamp in lower left hand corner. - The print is laminated on a 3 mm thick cardboard. It has some small (1-5mm) water stains in the lower part, but not on the image. We can provide extra images at your request

Jesús Rafael Soto
Venezuelan, 1923–2005
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Noted as a defining figure of both the Op Art movement and Kinetic Sculpture, Jesus Rafael Soto …

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Noted as a defining figure of both the Op Art movement and Kinetic Sculpture, Jesus Rafael Soto employed industrial and synthetic materials such as nylon and steel to produce his trademark sculptural reliefs. Soto’s work dealt with pure abstraction, color theory, and the dynamic between background and foreground, as …

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Untitled from 'Caroni' portfolio. Published by Denise René / Hans Mayer with the blind …

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Untitled from 'Caroni' portfolio. Published by Denise René / Hans Mayer with the blind stamp in lower left hand corner. - The print is laminated on a 3 mm thick cardboard. It has some small (1-5mm) water stains in the lower part, but not on the image. We can provide extra images at your request

Jesús Rafael Soto
Venezuelan, 1923–2005
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Noted as a defining figure of both the Op Art movement and Kinetic Sculpture, Jesus Rafael Soto …

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Noted as a defining figure of both the Op Art movement and Kinetic Sculpture, Jesus Rafael Soto employed industrial and synthetic materials such as nylon and steel to produce his trademark sculptural reliefs. Soto’s work dealt with pure abstraction, color theory, and the dynamic between background and foreground, as …

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Caroni III, 1971

Screen-print
33 1/10 × 23 3/5 in
84 × 60 cm
Edition of 79/175
This is part of a limited edition set.
€990
location
Montevideo
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