Elisa Bracher

Brazil, 1965


For critic Rodrigo Naves, the effort to achieve broad and expansive forms seems to mark Elisa Bracher's entire career. At the beginning of the 1990s, she worked with engraving, creating abstract works, with a slight constructive tendency. At the same time, she develops three-dimensional works.

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