Most of the artifacts were retrieved during the travels of this adventurous Parisian, bit by the tribal art bug when he was drafted in 1971.
Greater cultural awareness strengthens our community, bolsters the feeling of belonging and grounds the individual in society.
The longest-running contemporary art gallery in Brazil opens the collective exhibition “I-D” to commemorate the gallery’s identity as the frontrunner of Latin American visual art.
Inspired by the French objet trouvé (found objects), a variety of works by a myriad of artists are on view at São Paulo’s Galeria Nara Roesler.
With fifteen artists, Carbono Galeria has on view the group exhibition “O que emana da água” (What Emanates from Water), carefully curated by Vanda Klabin.
The collaboration between the two museums juxtaposes rare works from both collections, and highlights visual rhymes displayed in Lina Bo Bardi’s iconic glass easels.
Coopey braids ancestral knowhow with a contemporary narrative resulting in abstract, organic shapes that avoid any explicit reference to the traditional craft.
Nii’s quiet simplicity bestows her pieces with tactile and visual qualities of subtle beauty, atmosphere and character.
The universal appeal of “Entrevendo” (Glimpsing) makes for an inspirational, vigorous retrospective that relates to young and old.
The intense observation of human nature in the watercolors conveys a dark side of the artist countered by an explosion of insight, tenderness, anxiety and eroticism.
He was out in the street and beginning to establish a relation with what was going on around him, while creating beautiful, fast-tempo compositions.
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.