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Lygia Pape

Tecelar, 1955

Woodcut print on Japanese paper
19 1/4 × 23 7/8 in
48.9 × 60.6 cm
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New York, Los Angeles, Zurich, London, Somerset, Central, St. Moritz
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Lygia Pape
Brazilian, 1927–2004
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Lygia Pape ranged widely across mediums, challenging formal and conceptual boundaries and becoming …

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Lygia Pape ranged widely across mediums, challenging formal and conceptual boundaries and becoming a pioneer of Brazilian contemporary art. Claiming, “art is my way of understanding the world,” she worked in painting, printmaking, sculpture, dance, film, performance, and installation, always attempting to merge art …

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Brazilian, 1927–2004
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Lygia Pape ranged widely across mediums, challenging formal and conceptual boundaries and becoming …

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Lygia Pape ranged widely across mediums, challenging formal and conceptual boundaries and becoming a pioneer of Brazilian contemporary art. Claiming, “art is my way of understanding the world,” she worked in painting, printmaking, sculpture, dance, film, performance, and installation, always attempting to merge art …

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Lygia Pape

Tecelar, 1955

Woodcut print on Japanese paper
19 1/4 × 23 7/8 in
48.9 × 60.6 cm
Contact For Price
location
New York, Los Angeles, Zurich, London, Somerset, Central, St. Moritz
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