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Explore the unseen works of a significant modern artist
The Tate Modern is hosting the first international exhibition of the work of Brazilian artist Mira Schendel (1919–1988). The exhibition will feature over 250 paintings, drawings, and sculptures, including works which have never been displayed before.
An extremely prolific artist, Schendel worked in a variety of mediums, including crayon, oil, gold, gouache, and graphite, and produced paintings, drawings, sculpture, and installations. Schenedel doesn't belong to any one artistic movement of the twentieth century, but her works do contain aspects of conceptual art, minimalism, abstract art, lettrism, and other influences.
Untitled, 1963. Image courtesy of the Tate Modern.
Accompanying the exhibition is a diverse range of lectures and workshops, including the following:
British Sign Language tour: Mira Schendel Friday 4 October 2013, 19.00 – 20.00
Curator's tour and private view: Mira Schendel Monday 21 October 2013, 18.30 – 20.30
Panel discussion – Mira Schendel Tuesday 7 January 2014, 18.30 – 20.00
Curators tour and private view – Mira Schendel
Thursday 9 January 2014, 18.30 – 20.30
Writing Poetry: Taking a line for a walk
Mondays 21 October – 25 November 2013, 18.45 – 20.15
Drawing course: exploring the materiality of text in art
Mondays 21 October – 25 November 2013, 18.45 – 20.45