Lygia Clark was a Brazilian painter and sculptor (1920-1988) who, although widely regarded as one of the pioneering artists of the twentieth century, did not like to consider herself as an “artist”. Lygia received critical acclaim as a timeless and atypical artist whose work managed to escape being labelled or typecast, and always sought to establish a link with life and meaning. Lygia to this day remains a reference for generations of burgeoning artists.
The Alison Jacques Gallery brings this historic exhibition to London, with a unique collection of work by Clark from the 1950s, portraying a life full of celebrated works and international recognition.
Date: Until 30 July
Where: Alison Jacques Gallery, 16-18 Berners Street, W1T 3LN London
For more information: www.alisonjacquesgallery.com