Published by Museu de Arte de São Paulo/KMEC Books. Edited with text by Adriano Pedrosa, Amanda Carneiro. Text by Briony Fer, Clara Kim, Grant Watson, et al.
Often built out of wire, rope or leather, the sculptures of Portuguese artist Leonor Antunes (born 1972) establish complex relationships between texture, light and the body. This overview of her work also includes selected texts on her key influences.
Berlin-based Portuguese sculptor Leonor Antunes (born 1972) uses primarily organic materials—rope, wood, leather, cork—and vernacular techniques in her installations to reinterpret architectural and design history. This publication documents Antunes’ installation at the HangarBiococca in Milan.