The year’s activity at São Paulo’s Zipper Galeria begins with two exhibitions, both opening January 16. The solo show soberly dubbed “Trauma” by thirty-nine-year-old artist Ivan Padovani is an alert […]
A first solo show at São Paulo’s Central Galeria under a title in German, “Was will das Weib?” (What does a woman desire?), is small in scope but large enough to […]
The experimental creativeness in several mediums and fields of São Paulo-born Amelia Toledo can be seen at the six-decade retrospective “Lembrei que Esqueci” (I Remember I Forgot) in São Paulo’s […]
With the whimsical title “Faço tudo para não fazer nada” (I do everything to do nothing), São Paulo-born artist Carlito Carvalhosa is having his second solo exhibition at Galeria Nara […]
São Paulo celebrates the kinetic-op-geometric-participatory-experiential oeuvre of iconic Argentinean artist Julio Le Parc in two venues, the artist present at both openings wearing his trademark Greek fisherman’s cap and ready […]
According to Brazil’s preeminent art critic of the 1970s, Frederico Morais, “Pancetti’s painting is like a ship’s deck, tanned by the sun and salt. It never rusts. Honest, clean, economic, […]
In this solo show in Bahia’s capital, the restless and prolific ninety-four-year-old artist displays seventy sculptures made with the charred wood he collected from the fire that wrecked two historic colonial public buildings in the mid-1970s and 1980s and that scarred the daily life of the inhabitants of Salvador, his native town.