Espaço Aberto/Espaço Fechado (Open Space/Closed Space) explores Brazilian Modernism - its new and old centres, its new and old generations, its arriving and departing artists, and the importance of sculpture in official spaces and in unofficial interventions.
With introductions by Penelope Curtis and Stephen Feeke of the Henry Moore Institute, this publication contains an extensive catalogue of the works and artists featured in the exhibition, along with the following essays:
I: The Bienal de São Paulo: Between nationalism and internationalism
II: The 1960s and 70s: The difficult decades
Cacilda Teixeira Da Costa
III: Space and Democracy: Places for art in Brazil since the 80s
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