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  1. Antonio Asis
    Argentinean, born 1932
    16 cercles noir e bleu, no. 1235

    1965
    Acrylic on wood and metal
    2009.541

    Gift of the artist and Sicardi Gallery in honor of Mari Carmen Ramirez, Gilbert Vicario, and the Latin American Art Department

  2. Luis Fernando Benedit
    Argentinean, 1937–2011
    Perón, Perón

    1996
    Crayon, graphite, reddish brown gel pen, black tape and electrostatic print on wove paper, wood, plaster, acrylic, epoxy, and projected light
    2010.1490

    Museum purchase funded by Alfred C. Glassell, III in honor of Eduardo Grüneisen

  3. Antonio Berni
    Argentinean, 1905–1981
    La sordidez

    c. 1964
    Polymateric construction composed of wood, cardboard, plastic, roots, nails, enamel, and metals including steel, iron, and aluminum bottle caps
    2004.1536

    Museum purchase funded by the Caroline Wiess Law Foundation

  4. Martha Boto
    Argentinean, 1925–2004
    Déplacements Optiques

    1967–1969
    Wood, Plexiglas, polished stainless steel, and motor
    2007.1454

    Museum purchase funded by the 2007 Latin American Experience Gala and Auction

  5. Martha Boto
    Argentinean, 1925–2004
    Optique electronique

    1965
    Painted wood, light, aluminum and motor
    2004.1617

    Gift of Benbow and Jean Bullock

  6. Sérgio de Camargo
    Brazilian, 1930–1990
    Relevo 326

    1970
    Painted wood
    2007.12

    The Adolpho Leirner Collection of Brazilian Constructive Art, museum purchase funded by the Caroline Wiess Law Accessions Endowment Fund

  7. Willys de Castro
    Brazilian, 1926–1988
    Objeto ativo

    1958
    Oil on canvas, mounted on wood
    2005.988

    The Adolpho Leirner Collection of Brazilian Constructive Art, museum purchase funded by the Caroline Wiess Law Foundation

  8. Marta Chilindrón
    Argentinean, born 1951
    Hexagonal Spiral

    2013
    Acrylic with metal hinges
    2014.1034

    Gift of Leslie and Brad Bucher in honor of María Inés Sicardi and her son Maximiliano Rivarola in celebration of the 20th Anniversary of Sicardi Gallery

  9. Lygia Clark
    Brazilian, 1920–1988
    Trepante

    1965
    Stainless steel and wood
    2006.47

    The Adolpho Leirner Collection of Brazilian Constructive Art, museum purchase

  10. Lygia Clark
    Brazilian, 1920–1988
    Bicho (máquina)

    1962
    Gilded metal with hinges
    2005.470

    The Adolpho Leirner Collection of Brazilian Constructive Art, museum purchase funded by the Caroline Wiess Law Accessions Endowment Fund

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