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.
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Mario Cravo Neto, Sebastião Salgado and Miguel Rio Branco—all born in the 1940s—make up the holy trinity of Brazilian contemporary photography. Free-spirited Mario died of cancer at sixty-two in 2009. […]
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The second edition of Semana de Arte (Art Week), that took place from the August 31 to September 3, has found the appropriate venue at the Pavilion of Brazilian Cultures, […]
The month opened with two great losses for Brazilian art, the deaths of Antonio Dias, seventy-four years old, in Rio de Janeiro, and Mario Cravo Junior, ninety-five years old, in […]
The twelfth edition of SP-Arte/Foto features thirty-four galleries at São Paulo’s JK Iguatemi shopping mall from August 22 to 26. A handful of galleries will display prized vintage works of the […]