I was contemplating some of Luciana Brito’s smart business choices of late. In early 2016, she moved the gallery from the corporate neighborhood of Vila Olímpia to a beautiful heritage-listed modernist house in the much more central area of Jardim Europa.
The compositions Tomie Ohtake identified in these minute collages worked as “scripts” for paintings and prints that experimented with different scales and chromatic combinations.
Positioning Brazil as a serious contender on the international stage of contemporary photography, the eleventh edition of SP-Arte/Foto runs Thursday through Sunday with thirty-two local galleries.
“Last year during Art Basel, we started talking about today’s fairs, how they had outgrown making it possible to visit all the stands and why not have something smaller with a strict curatorship admitting only selected galleries and that’s what we did.”
“Missão Francesa” (French Mission) by fine-art photographer André Penteado is an investigative project in the form of a book published by Editora Madalena and an exhibition at São Paulo’s Zipper […]
“My art has always been this way, corporeal,” Teresinha Soares says. “It is as if I were born, as if I had given birth. It came to me as a […]
Recife-born Vicente do Rego Monteiro (1899-1970) was a one-of-a-kind artist, an Art Deco master who excelled as painter, engraver, watercolorist, poet, illustrator, writer and book publisher. This impassioned researcher of […]