Gego (Gertrud Louise Goldschmidt (1912 – 1994)) may or may not have looked at A. G. Bell & B. Fuller’s truss-like structures or studied parametric equations, yet her art installations were unique. Born in Germany, she lived & practised in Venezuela. Images from many sources.

Installation view of Chorros at Betty Parsons Gallery

Installations /

Gego (Gertrud Goldschmidt). Untitled. (November) 1966:

Gego, Sin título, 1963, Prueba de Artista, Intaglio sobre papel, 12 x 12 pulgadas tamaño de la placa:

Reflejos - Gego en la Colección Mercantil:

Gego (Gertrud Goldschmidt) (Venezuelan, born Germany. 1912–1994) Untitled, 1963:

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Pen, ink, watercolour drawings & lithographs /

'Vibrations in Black' (1957) by German-born (& Bauhaus trained) Venezuelan artist & sculptor Gego (1912-1994). via Latin Art:

Sculpture /

Gego, gran artista, fuente de inspiración:

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