Soto: The Fourth Dimension

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The book "Soto: The Fourth Dimension” by Soto is an exploration of the life and work of the renowned Japanese artist Soto, who is known for his pioneering contributions to the Kinetic Art movement. This book provides a comprehensive overview of Soto's career, from his early experiments with abstraction to his later installations that blur the boundaries between art and architecture.

Some of the most important points of the book are:

  • Soto's early life and education in Japan and his move to Paris, where he was exposed to European art movements such as Surrealism and Constructivism.
  • The development of Soto's signature style, which combines geometric abstraction with movement and optical illusions.
  • The major themes and motifs in Soto's work, such as light, color, and space.
  • The evolution of Soto's practice, from his early paintings and sculptures to his later large-scale installations and public artworks.
  • Soto's influence on contemporary art, both in Japan and around the world.

Details of the book:

  • Author: Soto
  • Publisher: Hatje Cantz
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Pages: 256
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 9.5 x 11.75 inches