Installation view at Matarazzo, São Paulo, Brazil

Installation view at Pinacoteca, São Paulo, Brazil

Artur Lescher, Praia, 2006. Steel with patina, variable dimensions. Ed. 1/5

Artur Lescher, Agulha #4, 2002/07. Nylon and wire, 200 x 12. Ed. 3/5

Artur Lescher, Diamantado

Artur Lescher, Pendulo, 2007. Resin and wire, 200 x 30 cm. Ed. 2/5

Artur Lescher, Floaçu, 2013. Wood and wire, dimeter 10 cm, ed 3/5 + 2PA

Artur Lescher, Sem título, da série Dardo # 04, 2014. Brass, ed 23/25, 25 x 1,5 cm

Artur Lescher, Sem título, da série Nexus # 02, 2013. Stainless steel, ed 4/5, 48 segments of 10 x 2 cm

Artur Lescher, Sem titulo, da serie Metamericos, 2011. Wood and brass, ed 5/5 + 2 AP, 4 segments of 40 x 2,5 x 2,5 cm

Artur Lescher (1962) is a Brazilian contemporary artist that creates post-minimal installations and sculptures of architectural strength. His artworks transform the space creating new planes and engaging the viewer into different persceptives. Cuts, planes, lines and hollows are used by Lescher to transmit a mysterious silence and a poetic calm. The equilibrium of those forms is an invitation to contemplation and meditation. Artur Lescher participated in the 1987 and 2002 editions of the Bienal de São Paulo and in the 2005 Mercosul Biennial.