Wikipedia entry
Introduction
Jacqueline "Jac" Leirner, (born 1961) is a Brazilian artist. Leirner is best known for the sculptures and installations she creates from mundane objects and ephemera, including devalued bank notes, used envelopes, promotional tickets, empty packs of cigarettes and plastic shopping bags.
Wikidata
Q1676900
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Nationality
Brazilian
Gender
Female
Roles
Artist, Conceptual Artist, Installation Artist, Sculptor
Names
Jac Leirner, Jacqueline Leirner
Ulan
500033133
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