Maria Bartuszová

1936–1996

Maria Bartuszová, ‘Untitled’ 1985
Untitled 1985
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In Tate Modern

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Mária Bartuszová (1936–1996) was a Slovakian sculptor known for her abstract white plaster sculptures. Her work is included in the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Slovak National Gallery in Bratislava and the Tate in London. Her artwork will be part of Venice Biennale titled "Milk of Dreams" (april - november 2022)

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