Leonor Antunes

Leonor Antunes

Portugal 1972

Installation, Sculpture

Leonor Antunes
Leonor Antunes
Female
Portugal
1972
March 5, 2013
Behind the pseudonym of Lor Dethal lies Nemanja Torlak, a writer for Widewalls intrigued and moved by diversity in art and in the lives of those who create it. It is often the unexpected that come forth and surprise us, and art is a world that allows it and makes it possible. David beats the Goliath daily, and writing about it is a pleasure.

The Berlin-based artist Leonor Antunes has had a number of both solo and group shows across the Europe and the US. Creating mysterious sculptures and installations, she continues to examine and explore measurements in her work.

Featured image: Leonor Antunes – Duplicate: Modo De Usar 7-11 (How To Use 7-11) (detail), 2005. Photo credits sothebys.com.
Image used for illustrative purposes only.

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