Megumi Yuasa

Megumi Yuasa



Megumi Yuasa

Since his entry into the art circuit in the 1970s, he has been considered one of the great Brazilian sculptors and a master in the art of ceramics. Megumi transforms clay into poetry, expresses philosophical thoughts in a non-verbal language. One of the artist’s marks is the simplicity with which he constructs his sculptures with few elements, establishing extremely delicate and harmonious connections that are sometimes interrupted by mysterious elements such as plants.

The work A Ponte was inspired by Kafka´s short story The Bridge, in which a man extends himself at the edge of a ravine, grasping two sides of a mountain, believing that he is a bridge – a bridge that will no longer exist when it is crossed for the first time.







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