The Art Newspaper reports that the estate of Brazil’s most expensive artist, Lygia Clark, has stopped their authentication activities because of legal proceedings.
Clark, who was born in 1920 and died in Rio de Janeiro in 1988, is known for being a founding member of the Neo-Concrete movement in the late 1950s. Her legacy is looked after by her two sons and their grandchildren. The foundation is called ‘The World of Lygia Clark’, whose objectives, it says on its website, is to promote her life and work, as well as researching, certifying and authenticating her work. Continue reading