Niobe Xandó's experience with figuration left soft traces in her work of, mainly with respect to the form. The work itself was developed with a constructivist character, to which the artist added parts to make masks, totems or other figures. She also produced cartoons related to Lettrism. The untitled indian ink on paper piece made in 1960 reveals a mixture of tendencies, kind of chaotic, from where the began begin to select elements and to develop them in her phases throughout the decade of 1960's.


  • Title: No title
  • Creator: Niobe Xandó
  • Date: 1915/2010
  • Date Created: 1960
  • Location: Campos Novos Paulistas, SP - Brazil
  • Physical Dimensions: 25 x 35 cm
  • Medium: nankin on paper

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