Introduction
Carlos Cruz-Diez (17 August 1923 – 27 July 2019) was a Venezuelan artist considered by some to have been "one of the greatest artistic innovators of the 20th century".
Wikidata
Q1042835
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Introduction
Painter known for polychromatic abstractions. He attended the School of Plastic and Applied Arts in Caracas from 1940, and with his classmates Jesús Rafael Soto and Alejandro Otero, he developed a movement of kinetic and Op art in Venezuela and internationally.
Nationalities
Venezuelan, South American, Spanish
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Architect, Art Director, Professor, Designer, Painter, Sculptor
Names
Carlos Cruz-Diez, Carlos Cruz Diez, Cruz Diez
Ulan
500012773
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