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Images of Eduardo Terrazas, 1.1.30
A symmetrical geometric pattern of white lines is formed on a red canvas. In descending order of ...
A vivid red background features a series of white concentric shapes in this symmetrical square composition.
A symmetrical geometric pattern of white lines is formed on a red canvas. In descending order of size, moving toward the center of the image, are a square, a circle, a diamond, a thin square, and a circle. An "x" and a "+" bifurcate each of these shapes. The lines and shapes appear to be hand-drawn due to their slight imperfections. Barely visible darker lines expand the pattern into greater detail.
Eduardo Terrazas, Mexican, b. 1936
Wool yarn and Campeche wax on wooden board
48 ¼ × 48 ¼ in. (122.6 × 122.6 cm)
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Gift of Mary and Earle Ludgin by exchange, 2015.10
Photo: Nathan Keay
© MCA Chicago
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