Carlos Cruz-Diez

born 1923

Carlos Cruz-Diez, ‘Physichromie No. 113’ 1963, reconstructed 1976
Physichromie No. 113 1963, reconstructed 1976
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Carlos Cruz-Diez (born August 17, 1923 in Caracas) is a Venezuelan kinetic and op artist. He lives in Panama. He has spent his professional career working and teaching between both Paris and Caracas. His work is represented in museums and public art sites internationally. He is represented by three American galleries: Sicardi Gallery in Houston, Texas, Moka Gallery in Chicago, Illinois, and Maxwell Davidson Gallery in New York City.

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Carlos Cruz-Diez Physichromie No. 113

1963, reconstructed 1976

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