The famed Venezuelan-born artist Carlos Cruz-Diez died last week in Paris, at the age of 95. He will be best remembered for his love for, and genius with color, and the eye-popping exhibitions he created in galleries around the world.
Born and raised in Venezuela, the talented Cruz-Diez found his way into the world of art, always inspired by the way color and form shapes objects. Working as a creative director for McCann-Erickson, Cruz-Diez eventually moved to Paris, where he would make his home, and become a French citizen.
Below are a collection of photos from his work, Chromosaturation, which seems just as impressive and relevant today as it was when the series debuted in 1989. Godspeed.