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Lygia Clark

Lygia Clark, Concrete Matters, 2018 Museum Exhibition Poster

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2018 exhibition poster featuring the work of Lygia Clark made on the occasion of the Moderna Museet's group exhibition, "Concrete Matters".

27.55 x 39.37 in
70 x 100 cm

Lygia Clark was born in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, and studied landscape architecture with Roberto Burle Marx in Rio de Janeiro and painting with Fernand Léger in Paris. She was part of Grupo Frente and was one of the driving forces behind the conversations that were the foundation of Neo-Concretism in 1959.

Clark’s early paintings were small and monochromatic, but she soon started to challenge the two-dimensionality of the canvas in different ways, work more conceptually and sculpturally and create “relational objects.” Interaction was central to Clark’s art, and in the 1960s she developed her proposições (propositions): gloves, masks, and other objects that stimulated and challenged the senses and were meant to be handled and used by the viewer. Clark is best known for her bichos (critter, beetles, insects), approximately seventy malleable and changeable works made from aluminum discs that are hinged together. In 1960 Clark participated in the group show Konkrete Kunst in Zurich.




27.55 x 39.37 in
70 x 100 cm


B, very good. Some light signs of age and handling


Offset Print

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