His spontaneous conceptual poetics boasts universal appeal with common, everyday things brilliantly transformed.
Now he is hailed for his vision, but in his days Flávio de Carvalho was slashed by conservative society, the clergy and the majority of art critics.
In two solo exhibitions this fall, Daniel Denise, the artist known for redrafting the narrative of painting now substitutes the canvas for photographic images.
In the sensitive materiality of Ascânio’s work, there is a secret encounter between the rigidity of geometrical calculus and scientific coldness.
Luiz Braga’s photos thrive on the rich tones and psychological textures of the ribeirinhos and the river water of the regal region he loves.
For those who have followed her almost three decade trajectory, the fluid lexicon from the very beginning of her career in photographs and videos can still be noticed.
Hudinilson Jr., for years an outcast of the art market, is in a second post-mortem solo exhibition, occupying the three floors of Galeria Jaqueline Martins with 140 transgressive works.
Enraptured by historical images, childhood beauty and digital technology, Duque’s minutely-detailed, photo-painterly portraits are every bit her own carefully-researched creations.
Pablo Di Giulio, one of Brazil’s top experts in vintage photographs and the founder of Galeria Utópica in São Paulo’s Vila Madalena artsy neighborhood, has participated in SP-Foto since its inception.
Fascinated by photos that tell a story, Cohen’s selections for the fair were united by the theme of elegance.
This radical art provocateur crochets concepts while shedding light on bruising events related to violence, sex and death.
Art has the capacity to render visible that which certain political powers are determined to erase. The legacies of politically and socially engaged art within the context of contemporary Latin […]
A vast new exhibition called “Utopia” displays 160 contemporary works, precisely ten percent of the impressive art collection amassed during the last decade.
Housed in a private institution that opened to the public in 2011, IFF, Instituto Figueiredo Ferraz, one of Brazil’s finest collections of contemporary art.
Silence, space and time are crucial for the seventy-seven-year-old painter, draughtsman, sculptor, engraver, art teacher and newspaper chronicler, who dropped out of architecture, though it remains the basis of his oeuvre.