Creator: Clark, Lygia×
  • 1968: Somos domésticos?
    Clark, Lygia
    1980
    In the middle of 1968—a critical year in the 20th century—Lygia Clark wrote this brief essay on the position that the artist should pursue in society; in the wake of the student protests that began in Paris in May of that year, demands for change [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110516

  • De la supression de l'objet (notes) = Da supressão do objeto (anotações)
    Clark, Lygia
    1975
    In this text, Brazilian artist Lygia Clark affirms the presence of man as the backbone of art. She goes so far as to formulate the loss of the object’s relevance as meaning and as means of communication. She posits a relationship between art and [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110686

  • Declaração de princípios básicos da vanguarda
    Mattar, Sami; Barata, Frederico; Colares, Raymundo; ESCOSTÉGUY, Pedro; Escostéguy, Solange; Landin, Renato; Vergara, Carlos; Morais, Frederico, 1936-; Nogueira Lima, Maurício; Zílio, Carlos; Rodrigues, Glauco; Clark, Lygia; Oiticica, Hélio, 1937-1980; Pape, Lygia; Maiolino, Anna Maria; Gerchman, Rubens, 1942-2008; Dias, Antônio, 1944-
    1967
    This manifesto—whose proponents were headed by the visual artist Antonio Dias—is essentially a statement of the principles that were adopted by a group of Brazilian avant-garde artists; these principles were inspired by the spirit of the 1960s [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110371

  • Declaração Poética para "Opinião 66"
    Rancillae, Bernard; Oiticica, Hélio, 1937-1980; Paez, Jorge; Weiss, Hugh, 1925-; Gerchman, Rubens, 1942-2008; ESCOSTÉGUY, Pedro; Böckman, Bengt; Cordeiro, Waldemar, 1925-1973; Blanco, Nelson; Lublin, Lea, 1929-; Rubino, Giovanni; Alejandro Marcos; Nilsson, Johnny; Corneille; Proweller; Zekveld, Jacob; Liberato, Chico; Clark, Lygia; Cristian, Ernesto; Suárez, Ruisdfael; Atila
    1966
    This document is the catalogue for the exhibition Opinião 66, organized by Cérés Franco. It includes brief statements by participating artists, among them Lygia Clark who proposes “the precarious” as an existential concept. Hélio Oiticica [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110375

  • L'homme est le centre = O homem é o centro [consultado]
    Almeida, Vera Pedrosa Martins de; Clark, Lygia
    1968
    In this interview with Lygia Clark by art critic Vera Pedrosa, the artist discusses the radical change in direction at the heart of her research. Her work no longer revolves around formal questions, but rather around experiences that operate directly [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110692

  • Livro-obra
    Clark, Lygia
    1964
    In this book, the artist Lygia Clark writes about her creative development over the course of a decade, from 1954 to 1964. She documents her discovery of the organic line, the inclusion of the frame as part of the painting, her use of modular spaces [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110327

  • Lygia Clark
    Clark, Lygia; Pedrosa, Mário; Gullar, Ferreira, 1930-
    1980
    This volume, which forms part of the Arte Brasileira Contemporânea (ABC) collection, discusses Brazilian artist Lygia Clark. It includes texts by the artist herself—indeed, the book is a sort of anthology of her writings—and by critics Mário [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111070

  • Lygia Clark at Signals London: 27th May to 3rd July
    Pedrosa, Mário; Clark, Lygia
    1965
    “Lygia Clark at Signals London, 27th May to 3rd July” is a special edition of Newsbulletin of Signals London devoted to Lygia Clark (1920−1988) on the occasion of the Brazilian artist’s first solo exhibition in England, which [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1232662

  • O homem, estrutura viva de uma arquitetura biológica e celular
    Clark, Lygia
    1971
    In these lines, artist Lygia Clark analyzes the displacement of the object in her artistic formulations. Whereas before objects were the vehicles of sensations, sensations now take shape by means of the artist’s proposals to form what she calls “ [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110691

  • Uma experiência de integração
    Clark, Lygia
    1956
    Artist Lygia Clark proposes that architects and artists operate as a team in order to come up with innovative and authentic approaches to issues facing the visual arts. She supports the union of “art and life” to produce a harmonious environment [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1085817