Author: Fernanda Figueiredo

Compared geometry – Clark

Compared geometry – Clark, 2021Acrylic on cardboard12 x 25 cm Compared Geometry is an ongoing series. It places images and materials close together for comparison or contrast. The objects of comparison are sections of shipping boxes and reproductions of iconic Concrete artworks by Brazilian artists. Their names come in the titles: Waldemar Cordeiro, Lygia Clark,

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Compared geometry – Clark

Compared geometry – Clark, 2021Acrylic on cardboard33 x 63 cm Compared Geometry is an ongoing series. It places images and materials close together for comparison or contrast. The objects of comparison are sections of shipping boxes and reproductions of iconic Concrete artworks by Brazilian artists. Their names come in the titles: Waldemar Cordeiro, Lygia Clark,

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Compared geometry – Clark

Compared geometry – Clark, 2021Acrylic on cardboard38 x 29 cm Compared Geometry is an ongoing series. It places images and materials close together for comparison or contrast. The objects of comparison are sections of shipping boxes and reproductions of iconic Concrete artworks by Brazilian artists. Their names come in the titles: Waldemar Cordeiro, Lygia Clark,

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The visit of Max Bill – Bichos

The visit of Max Bill – Bichos, 2019Acrylic on canvas150 x 120 cm I was born and raised in São Paulo, Brazil, one of the world’s biggest cities, which carries many cultural contradictions and a social context historically defined in the relations of colonialism. The term post/colonial refers to a vast number of changes that

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The visit of Max Bill – Taioba

The visit of Max Bill – Taioba, 2018Acrylic on canvas180 x 400 cm I was born and raised in São Paulo, Brazil, one of the world’s biggest cities, which carries many cultural contradictions and a social context historically defined in the relations of colonialism. The term post/colonial refers to a vast number of changes that

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