Essays by Paulo Herkenhoff and Louise Neri.
Published by Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York
Continually reexamining and re-presenting Brazil's cultural history, Adriana Varejao constructs sculptural paintings that often take the fragmented or eviscerated human body as their subject. Extremely tactile and often saturated in blood-red hues, Varejao's highly visceral work recalls the pain and pleasure that accompanies both colonialism and the creative process.
STATUS: Out of print | 12/19/2005
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