Famed Mexican artist Fonseca dies at 87
Fon seca (pronounced fuh-SON-kee) was one of Mexico’s most iconic artists of the 1970s.
He is also known for a series of short films that were distributed through the country’s largest newspaper, El Nuevo Día.
He died Saturday in the city of Oaxaca, where he was living for more than 30 years.
Fon was born in the southern city of Iguala in 1926.
He grew up in a family of artists and became fascinated with the surrealist movement.
He went on to study art in Paris and then moved to Los Angeles in the 1950s.
During the 1960s, he created a series called The Art of the Impossible that featured images of objects that never existed, including a rubber balloon and a giant spider that never appeared in a movie.
Fons work has been translated into many languages, including English and Spanish.
“The Art of The Impossible” was widely acclaimed by critics and audiences alike.
He was awarded the Grand Prize in the National Gallery of Art’s annual Best Picture Contest in 1972 and was also the winner of the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay in 1978.
“His style is an attempt to break the illusion of a physical world,” said Arturo Pacheco, director of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
“You get the illusion that you are inside the thing, but it’s really an illusion of the world.”
Fon Seca has been described as a “man of many colors.”
His works were exhibited in museums in Mexico and abroad.
He collaborated with artists from across the world and was a member of the New York art world’s most famous avant-garde collective, the Futurists.
His most famous film, “La Juntas Del Mundo,” won the 1985 Oscar for Best Picture and starred Javier Bardem.
The film follows a young artist named Jose, who takes on a job as a model in Los Angeles.
The director, George Miller, said in a statement: “Fon Secas vision was to be a man of many color and to take on a position of great responsibility.
His works represent a very real possibility for change and a vision of an alternative future.”
Fons most famous painting, “The Garden of Eden,” is seen in the movie “Alice Through the Looking Glass.”
FONS legacy Fon, who died in his sleep, had a passion for art, and his work was admired by many artists.
His paintings are often considered by some to be the most important in the art history of Mexico.
His work has inspired many artists in the country, including the painter Pablo Picasso, who named the building that Fon created after him.
“There is something very beautiful and beautiful in that work, that has been interpreted and admired by the entire Mexican art world,” Picasso said.
“In the world, that is still the most significant work that I have ever seen.
It is the work of Fon.”
“In that very same work,” he said, “the artist’s soul is at the center of the painting.
It’s very powerful.”