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Lygia Clark: The Abandonment of Art, 1948-1988

Playful Interactions: Lygia Clark

Participatory and off-beat. The spatial and sensorial art by the late Brazilian artist Lygia Clark finds new audiences. This MoMA exhibition catalogue encompasses works from her entire career spanning from 1948 to 1988. Lygia Clark (1920–1988) trained in Rio de Janeiro and Paris from the late 1940s to the mid-1950s. Clark was at the forefront […]

Mira Schendel

Mira Schendel – Brazilian Modernism

Discover one of the greatest Latin American artists. This new catalogue accompanies large touring retrospective now showing at Tate Modern. > MORE Mira Schendel Editors:    Tanya Barson, Taisa Palhares ISBN:    9781849760904 Publisher:    Tate Publishing Publ. year:    2013 Language:    English Pages:    260 Illustrations:    265 colour Width x height:    210 x 270 (mm) Binding:    softcover Weight:    910 […]

Brasilia by Lucien Clergue and Oscar Niemeyer

Utopia: Brasilia by Lucien Clergue and Oscar Niemeyer

The meeting of two aesthetic geniuses. Lucien Clergue’s photographs of Oscar Niemeyer’s Brasilia is seductively beautiful. It’s a body of work that until recently believed to be lost.    > MORE . Brasilia by Lucien Clergue and Oscar Niemeyer Designed by:    Ingo Scheffler Text by:    Paul Andreu Foreword by:    Lucien Clergue Publisher:    Hatje Cantz Publ. year:   […]