Mira Schendel (1984, touched with gold leaf), Lina Bo Bardi (a ca. 1982 bench from her famed project Sesc Pompeia), and Cildo Meireles (a funky 1973 abstraction), one after another, at São Paulo’s Galeria Luisa Strina.
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