Feliciano Béjar is a Mexican artist and craftsman. Self-taught, he made his first pieces from paper mache and old cables when he was very young. We know him at the beginning as a drawer and painter. His first solo exhibition as a painter took place in New York in 1948. His work is marked by his interest in the sun and light. The idea for his sculptures, the "magiscopes", came from a trip to Italy where he observed a little boy playing with the reflections of the sun in a puddle. The magiscopes are made from metal, plastic, resin, glass and crystal. Their particularity is the integrated lenses (round like the sun) that distort the image and intensify the light for the viewer. Generally speaking, he considers his work as a game.

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