Sal Sem Carne

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  • Provenance


    Private Collection, Brazil

  • Literature

    C. Meireles, The Tate, 2008, p. 97 (illustrated).

  • Artist Bio

    Cildo Meireles

    Brazilian • 1948

    At the core of Cildo Meireles' conceptual artistic practice is an interest in the functions of economic and political systems. Meireles forms part of the younger generation of Brazilian Neo-Concrete artists who were chiefly concerned with integrating spectator participation in the execution of their artworks, provoking the viewer's sensorial awareness.



    In his seminal series, Insertion In Ideological Circuits 2: Banknote Project (1970), Meireles printed politically subversive messages on American and Brazilian banknotes and sent them into circulation. This vandalism forced viewers to confront the reality of their political and economic systems and question their role and participation within said systems. This one series is emblematic of his larger body of work, which continues to intrigue and confound viewers today.

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Sal Sem Carne

1975

Offset lithograph, vinyl 33 rpm LP record with 8-track recording.

30 x 30 cm (11 3/4 x 11 3/4 in).
Signed 'Cildo Meireles' on record cover.

Estimate
£8,000 - 12,000 ‡ ♠

sold for £15,000

Contemporary Art Day

30 June 2010
London