Cahiers d'Art: Cildo Meireles
Over the course of twenty years, my work has been a succession of journeys towards the middle. In the visual arts, the middle is a broad and vague concept: space. And it is the obstinate repetition of that obsession that interests me as an artist. Thematizing it. Rebuilding it. Piecing it together. The work always has several possible pathways: it holds all of them. This fascinating chaos is what most appeals to me about the visual arts: doing it is totally liberating (a fact that does not stop it from being used, on occasion, as a mere surrogate for mental crafts).
– Cildo Meireles
Cahiers d’Art is most happy to present the latest issue of its historic Revue in homage to Cildo Meireles. A resplendent appraisal of the work of Brazilian artist Cildo Meireles, the issue features previously-unpublished texts and exquisitely-printed plates of his installations, sculptures, and a selection of rarely-shown drawings. The issue is guest-edited by Guilherme Wisnik and Diego Matos.
The issue is available in English and in French. It is presented wrapped in glassine paper, inside a cardboard presentation box.
- Cahiers d'Art
- Language English
- Format32.5 x 25.5 cm