Cahiers d'Art: Cildo Meireles
A resplendent appraisal of the work of Brazilian artist Cildo Meireles, featuring previously unpublished texts and exquisitely printed plates of his installations and sculptures, and a selection of unpublished drawings
Edited in collaboration with acclaimed Brazilian conceptual artist, installation artist and sculptor Cildo Meireles (born 1948), this issue of Cahiers d’Art explores various dimensions of the artist’s work, including the question of origin and territory as it is linked to the indigenous universe; the question of architecture, place and scale; and the relation between object and body.
The volume also analyzes, through Meireles' reflections in previously unpublished texts and notes, the synesthetic aspect of his work, and his particular exploration of language. Photographer Claudia Andujar, architect Angelo Bucci and painter Luchita Hurtado are also featured in the edition.
- 175 pages, 9.65 x 12.4 inches
- 165 Illustrations
- Published in 2022