Paulo Monteiro

Brazil, 1961


According to the art historian Nelson Aguilar, the artist praises the constructive power of the gesture in his sculptures by confronting the inertia of clay with as minimal manipulation as possible. This duel between emptiness and will is expressed in his drawings and paintings, in which the vastness of the white canvas or paper tends to balance the strength of the graphite or paint on its surface.

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