Lygia

Lygia

foreign princess remains chaste despite Roman orgies. [Polish Lit.: Quo Vadis, Magill I, 797–799]
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The Concrete and Neo-Concrete movements that defined the artistic experiments of the later 1950s, '60s and '70s are explored with artists such as Franz Weissman, Mary Viera, Luis Sacilotto, Sergio Camargo and Lygia Pape.
Other important names from the currently active generation of novelists include Fernando Sabino, Marcelo Rubem Paiva, Domingos Pellegrini Jr, Ignacio de Loyola Brandao, Raduan Nassar, Lygia Fagundes Telles, Autran Dourado, Osman Lins, and Lya Luft, among so many many more.
23 - ``The Experimental Exercise of Freedom: Lygia Clark Helio Oiticica, Gego, Mathias Goeritz and Mira Schendel,'' Museum of Contemporary Art.
The final essay deals with the theme of motherhood as it appears in Brazilian history in general, and in two stories by Lygia Fagundes Telles in particular.
A few, such as those by Giovanni Pontiero of the stories of Patricia Bins and Lygia Fagundes Telles, are exceptionally smooth and idiomatic.
The CTO is aware that a relevant legislation is currently being finalised by the competent government departments with regards water sports activities in reservoirs," said Lygia Theodorou-Dermatis, the CTO official in charge of special interest tourism.
dydio delspinigius nuo laiku nepristatytu prekiu vertes, o prekiu ivis nepristacius, atsisakius jas pristatyti arba pristacius nekokybikas ir per Pirkejo nurodyta laika nepakeitus ju tinkamomis, Pirkejo pareikalavimu Pardavejas moka bauda lygia 20 (dvideimt) procentu nepristatytu Prekiu vertes.
After years of photographing modernist domestic architecture, Luisa Lambri has turned her lens to works by artists of the same era, from Donald Judd and Lucio Fontana to Lygia Clark.
counterparts who, beginning in the 1960s, readily adopted feminism, Anna Maria Maiolino, Lygia Pape (like many other Brazilian women artists), were "adamant about rejecting the feminist label," according to our author Claudia Calirman.
En primer lugar destacamos a la brasilena Lygia Clark (1921-1988), quien junto con Helio Oiticia y Lydia Pane formaran parte del movimiento Neoconcreto que se produjo en Brasil entre los anos 1959 y 1961.