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Naranja Superior, 2003

Acrylic on wood and metal
32 3/10 × 32 2/5 × 5 1/2 in
82 × 82.2 × 14 cm
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Phillips

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“In order to achieve abstraction, I felt that I had to develop a language that …

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From the Catalogue:
“In order to achieve abstraction, I felt that I had to develop a language that was totally independent from the elements of figurative art… it was necessary to find my own language, not borrowed from one. I began with the repetition of a simple element, the square, so that I achieved another reality …

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Signed, titled and dated "Naranja Superior Soto 2003" on the reverse
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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About the work
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P
Phillips

From the Catalogue:
“In order to achieve abstraction, I felt that I had to develop a language that …

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From the Catalogue:
“In order to achieve abstraction, I felt that I had to develop a language that was totally independent from the elements of figurative art… it was necessary to find my own language, not borrowed from one. I began with the repetition of a simple element, the square, so that I achieved another reality …

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Signature
Signed, titled and dated "Naranja Superior Soto 2003" on the reverse
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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Naranja Superior, 2003

Acrylic on wood and metal
32 3/10 × 32 2/5 × 5 1/2 in
82 × 82.2 × 14 cm
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