Judith Lauand: Brazilian Concrete Abstractions

15 Jun 2017 – 28 Jul 2017

Driscoll Babcock

New York
New York, United States


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This survey explores six decades of the 95-yr-old Dame of Concretism's practice, from the 1950s through 2008.


DRISCOLL BABCOCK GALLERIES presents Judith Lauand: Brazilian Concrete Abstractions, our second survey devoted to this renowned artist, and an opportunity to examine the enduring contribution of this distinguished figure of postwar abstraction and Latin American art. Lauand (b. 1922, Pontal, São Paulo) was a formative participant in the longstanding Brazilian constructivist project, which included the remarkable careers of her female Brazilian contemporaries, particularly Lygia Clark, Lygia Pape, and Mira Schendel, all of whom have attained international critical attention. In a similar light, Lauand has emerged internationally as an artist who negotiated the social constraints of her position as a woman and the innovative painterly strategies she defined in the rational discourse of Concretism.

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Dr. Aliza Edelman

Exhibiting artists

Judith Lauand


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