Tupinamba Series that reflect Indigenous Brazilian people and culture!

The exhibition has one of the most commandments and rare bodies of work by Lygia Pape. One can learn about the Brazilian culture and the indigenous people from Pape's work. She has devoted her career to investigate the physical and experiential life of the body.

The series achieves an unprecedented union of the geometric and figurative context. The exhibit presents a refreshingly divergent understanding of Brazil’s modernist history, suggesting that the aesthetic prerogatives of the present are firmly rooted in the nation’s indigenous past.

The collection is literal and ritualistic, cultural and metaphorical. The exhibit is on from April 24, 2021, and closes on August 8, 2021. You can visit and witness the surreal findings of Pape through the indigenous exhibit. Pape is a significant Brazilian artist of her generation and a founding member of the Neo-Concrete movement.

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