THE ART OF THE BRAZILIAN ARTIST LYGIA CLARK AT THE MOMA

"Poetic Shelter_Sculpture by Lygia Clark_1960"

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The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA, New York) hosts a major exhibition, The Abandonment of Art 1948-1988, on the artwork of the Brazilian artist Lygia Clark.

Lygia Clark (Belo Horizonte, Brazil 1920 – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 1988) is currently considered as one of the leading contemporary Brazilian artist. Throughout her 40 years of professional career, she devoted herself to painting, sculpture and installation.

The Abandonment of Art 1948-1988 will be on view from 10 May until 24 August.

 

Rocio Troncoso

More Information: The Abandonment of Art at the MOMA.

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