We are pleased to present an exhibition by the artist Liuba Wolf (1923, Sofia, Bulgaria — 2005, São Paulo, Brazil) commemorating the centenary of her birth. The sculptor developed her work in Brazil, creating a very particular formal repertoire, a bestiary that followed a constructive logic and a specifically sculptural interest in the articulation between matter and empty spaces, line and movement.
At auroras, the artist presents a set of sculptures in the garden. In this way, these creatures finally “return” to what seems to be their natural habitat. Her works in external areas also point to the artist’s interest in the approximation between her sculptures and architecture, as it was possible to verify in her exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janeiro, in 1965, where the works installed in the garden dialogued with the iconic building.
Inside the house, LIUBA also presents sculptures in the upstairs room alongside the “Structural Studies” series of drawings by American artist Amy Sillman.