Antonio Dias

Brazil, 1944


He is one of the representatives of the generation of Brazilian artists who, in the 1960s, broke away from figurative and nationalist modernist painting to create a new aesthetic inspired by popular culture. Pushing the boundaries of experimentation and freedom, Antonio Dias's work challenges traditional artistic categories by exploring techniques, materials, and concepts that result in a dynamic and diverse body of work.

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