OUR 6 FAVORITE ARTWORKS BY ERNESTO NETO

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Ernesto Neto is a Brazilian artist born in 1964 who creates monumental and immersive installations tackling our physical relationship to space and material. His work draws on biomorphism, minimalist sculpture, as well as neo-concretism and avant-garde movements of the 1960’s-70’s.

In his work, Ernesto Neto resorts to organic and sensual shapes and his installations requests visitors’ all five senses. He often uses organic materials such as spices, sand or shells. Neto’s interactive installations enable visitors to experiment with their own sense of self.

He has been exhibited in international instituations such as MoMa, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Sydney in Australia, the Faena Arts Center of Buenos Aires or the Fearmley Museum of Modern Art in Oslo.

Artpser has selected 6 favorite artworks by this exceptional artist.

 

{1. THE BODY THAT CARRIES ME, 2014}

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{2. THE SILENT CLIFF: THE GATE, THE HOUSE, THE GARDEN, THE PEOPLE, 2003}

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{3. THE HUMAN KIND PLATEAU, 2001}

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{4. LEVIATHAN-THOT, 2006}

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{5. HUMANOIDE, 2001}

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{6.WHILE NOTHING HAPPEN, 2008}

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