Lygia Pape. Tupinambá
Time Out says
Neo-Concrete movement founder Lygia Pape was largely known for her colorfully political geometric pieces, and though her late-career Tupinambá series may lack hard edges, it certainly has something to say. Balls of red artificial feathers covered in breasts and bloody hands channel Brazil’s indigenous populations and a particular cannibalistic ritual.
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