and "the box"
and the
beach house.

1. lygia clark,@ alison jacques gallery, london, sept 8 - oct 9
2. paul rudolph building

"One of the most original artists of the twentieth century, Lygia Clark (1920 – 1988) transformed the practice of geometric abstraction with a profound belief in art as interaction. This, the first solo exhibition devoted to Clark's work in the UK since the 1960s, offers a unique insight into her creative processes by focussing on studies, maquettes and unique sculptures, presenting a range of some of Clark's most iconic early pieces.

Through a range of works on paper, models and sculptures rendered in a diverse range of materials, the exhibition plots how Clark worked her way along a fascinating trajectory, from the rationalistic art of geometric painting to a practice focused on the abstract interactive object, pointing finally towards a conception of art as immersive, subjective experience that animated the latter half of her career.