Lygia Clark, Bicho, 1960. Aluminum, 15 x 15 x 20 in. From “The Quick and the Dead.”

“The Quick and the Dead”


Walker Art Center

“The quick and the dead,” a phrase from the King James translation of the Bible, refers to the collection of souls, those now physically alive and those whose bodies have died. An evocation of the split between matter and spirit, as well as their mysterious relation, the title offered a good entry point into this…see the full review in April’s magazine.