Yo tengo un sillón magica.

“Urban philosophy Chair” - Designer Nissa Kinzhalina‘s Urban Philosophy is a chair made of transparent acrylic with a thin, black, contiguous line running along an outer edge.

Ligya Clark "Bicho" (critter), 1960. The artist along with, Lygia Pape, Amilcar de Castro, Franz Weissmann, Reynaldo Jardim, Sergio de Camargo, Theon Spanudis and Ferreira Gullar were unhappy with the dogmatic approach of the concrete group, so published the neo-concrete manifesto in 1959.

Radical Geometry: Sensational South American Art at Royal Academy

350 Points Towards Infinity, Tatiana Trouve

350 Points Towards Infinity by Tatiana Trouvé. There're some magnet hidden in the floor. You can see this piece in the Migros Museum in Zürich till February

Recreation of Brazilian Lygia Pape's 1968 'Divsor' performance at the opening of A Journal of the Plague Yeart

Recreation of Brazilian Lygia Pape's 1968 'Divsor' performance at the opening of A Journal of the Plague Yeart

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