Posted on Lygia Clark, Poetics and Art

RACHEL PRICE (Princeton University, Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese) will join students and faculty at Critical Theory and the Arts to discuss the work of Brazilian artist LYGIA CLARK.

LYGIA CLARK will be the subject of a major retrospective at MoMA beginning in May. Ahead of this important exhibition, Professor Price will situate Clark’s work in the context of poet-critic Ferreira Gullar’s 1959 “Theory of the non-object” and other period developments in concrete and neo-concrete poetics and art.

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