Venezuelan kinetic art pioneer Carlos Cruz-Diez dies in Paris

Venezuelan artist Carlos Cruz-Diez, regarded as one of Latin America’s most prominent artists in the second half of the 20th century, and who pioneered kinetic art in which perceived movement is one of its key effects, has died at his home in Paris, aged 95.

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Carlos Cruz-Diez, a leading Venezuelan artist who won international acclaim for his work with colour and the style known as kinetic art, has died in Paris. He was 95, reports AP.