"The dizzying all-over effect in [Camargo's] series of white reliefs recalls the animated surfaces of Art Informel
painting. At times empty white strips punctuate the reliefs' dynamic frenzy like sudden silences... At other times only one or two cylinders emerge from the emptiness of a white background, echoing the minimal slits that dramatically disrupt the monochrome planes of Lucio Fontana's Concetto Spaziale
series (1952-1966). In their most striking aspect, however, Camargo's reliefs betray their sculptural origin: the way light falls on the rounded volumes and the sharp edges of the cylinders creates an impromptu ballet of shadows."
Anna Dezeuze, "Sergio de Camargo," Blanton Museum of Art: Latin American Collection, Austin 2006, p. 130