Sérgio de Camargo (April 8, 1930 – 1990) was a sculptor and relief maker, born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Sergio De Camargo studied at the Academia Altamira in Buenos Aires under Emilio Pettoruti and Lucio Fontana. Camargo also studied philosophy at the Sorbonne in Paris. On a protracted trip through Europe in 1948, Camargo met Brâncuși, Arp, Henri Laurens and Georges Vantongerloo. Sérgio de Camargo showed work at numerous international exhibitions, including the 1965 São Paulo Biennale (where he won a gold medal), the 1966 Venice Biennale, and the 1968 documenta in Kassel. Sérgio de Camargo died in Rio de Janeiro in 1990. The Tate Gallery in London has one of de Camargo's work in their permanent collection.
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He studied in Buenos Aires with Emilio Pettoruti and Lucio Fontana. His first experimental works are made with plaster, sand and fabric, and later his works included marble., Estudou em Buenos Aires com Emilio Pettoruti e Lucio Fontana. Seus primeiros trabalhos experimentais foram realizados em gesso, areia e tecido. Na fase madura, utilizou o mármore.
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Sergio Camargo Sergio Camargo, Sergio Camargo, Sérgio de Camargo, Sérgio Camargo, Sergio de Camargo, Sergio Camargo Sergio de Camargo
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