When he died in 1980, the Brazilian artist was at the vanguard of contemporary practice, placing the viewer at the centre of his attempts to free colour from form. In the spirit of Oiticica’s interactive, quasi-shamanic approach, visitors can try on his wearable Parangolés.
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