COLOR AND RHYTHM UT HELIO OITICICA (SHORT-SLEEVE GRAPHIC T-SHIRT)
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Carmen Herrera, Lygia Pape, and Hélio Oiticica were at the forefront of modern art in Latin America, using geometric shapes and colors to bring their work to life with energy and beauty.
The Museum of Modern Art in New York City is the world's home for modern and contemporary art. Founded in 1929, MoMA was the first museum dedicated to new art and this bold, experimental vision continues to guide us today. We share the most thought-provoking and resonant works, from painting to performance, and are a place of creativity and inspiration for all.
One of the most influential artists in the twentieth century, Hélio Oiticica pioneered new aesthetic experiences that blurred the boundaries between life and art. Oiticica challenged traditional notions of art by making viewer participation essential in his work. His dynamic grid-like compositions on cardboard, suspended wooden structures, wearable objects, and large-scale multisensorial installations, have influenced generations of contemporary artists worldwide.
Project: 2019 by The Museum of Modern Art
©César and Claudio Oiticica