Sônia Gomes

Brazil, 1948


His works are imbued with pictorial visibility while simultaneously existing in three-dimensional space. They navigate between subtle textures of fabric threads and robust structures. The artworks evoke the memory and the action of time on things and reveal different aesthetic paradigms, drawing inspiration from manual labor, Afro-Brazilian culture, and popular visual practices.

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