"For the first time to exist means a radical change of the world rather than a single interpretation of the world."
Lygia Clark
Lygia Clark: Fantastic Architecture installed at Perry Green
Brazilian artist Lygia Clark (1920-88) radically innovated the relationship between the art object and the audience. As a co-founder of the Neo-Concretist movement she worked with the theory that art should be both subjective and organic and that art shou... READ NORE
On the Edge: Brazilian Film Experiments of the 1960s and Early 1970s

On October 15, 1968, on the eve of his voluntary exile from Brazil, artist Hélio Oiticica wrote to fellow artist Lygia Clark in Paris to “recount a group of events and experiences here that have greatly transformed me during these past months.” Thes... READ NORE
Retrospective Lygia Clark - Special Exhibitions Audio: Lygia Clark: The Abandonment of Art, 1948–1988

Informative audio Clark Retrospective at MoMA - NY - introduction by Glenn D. Lowry, director of the museum and the curators of the Retrospective at MoMA - Connie Butler and Luis Perez-Oramas.
MoMA Multimedia

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