After she denied the company’s requests to use an image of one of Pape’s works, the company made its own derivative version, Paula Pape claims in her lawsuit.
Channeling Lygia Pape’s Radical Relationship to Space
To accompany its retrospective on Lygia Pape, the Met Breuer organized a reenactment of the artist’s performance “Divisor,” where up to 225 people parade the streets under a giant sheet.
A Los Angeles Mega-Gallery Opens with Museum Ambitions
LOS ANGELES — Hauser Wirth & Schimmel, the local outpost of mega-gallery Hauser & Wirth, will open its massive hybrid art space to the public on Sunday.
Contemporary Brazilian Artists at Home with Neo-Concretists
“The house was more than a skin … an organism as alive as our own,” Lygia Clark wrote.
Ahead of World Cup, Brazilian Art Flourishes in NYC
There may never have been a better month to see Brazilian art in New York. Last weekend, Frieze brought a taste of São Paulo art galleries Casa Triângulo, Fortes Vilaça, Mendes Wood, Vermelho, and Jaqueline Martins, as well as Rio de Janeiro’s A Gentil Carioca, to Manhattan.
Intertextual Healing: Lygia Pape’s “Divisor” Restaged for the First Time in Asia
HONG KONG — The staging of Lygia Pape’s 1968 performance “Divisor” on the streets of Hong Kong was a fantasy I never knew I had, but witnessing it was a dream nonetheless. Presented as part of the current exhibition A Journal of the Plague Year. Fear, Ghosts, Rebels. Sars, Leslie and the Hong Kong Story (May 17–July 20 2013) at the nonprofit space Para Site, this current staging of “Divisor” channels the potency of the seminal work into another context, one defined by the effects of colonialism, plagues, politics, contagion, sterilization, and segregation.