Kept in mind for his function in the kinetic art and optical art genres, Soto could very well be most well-known for his Penetrables sculpture series. His function appears in long term choices at New York’s Guggenheim Museum and Museum of Contemporary Art with London’s Tate Gallery. A talented designer from a age, he coated numerous film posters during his years as a child and teenage years. He continued to teach at Caracas, Venezuela’s Escuela de Artes Plasticas y Artes Aplicadas (College of Good and Applied Arts). In the first 1970s, a museum focused on his artwork was founded in his indigenous Venezuela. Created and elevated in Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela, he later on lived and worked well in Paris, France. Through the 1950s, he was section of an creative group that included the Israeli-born kinetic and optical sculptor Yaacov Agam.